If you are concerned about your child’s development, the Infant Development Program can help. The Infant Development Program serves children from birth to six years old who are at risk for, or who already have a delay in development. Programs are available throughout British Columbia. Each program brings parents and professionals together to help children overcome developmental difficulties. Once you are referred to a program, a consultant will visit you in your home. Together, you will plan activities that best meet both your child’s and your family’s needs. If your child has a disability (special need), up-to-date information will be available to you.
As a parent, you may contact the Infant Development Program directly, or you may be referred by:
Family place is a drop in centre where caregivers and their children age 0-6 can come and enjoy some time in a safe, fun, caring environment.
Come and meet other parents, have a coffee while your children play, craft, and explore. A healthy lunch is provided. We are open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 10-1.
Prenatal/Postnatal information and support is offered through Princeton Family Place.
The PEACE program offers individual and group counselling to to children and youth 3-18 years of age who have witnessed serious family conflict.
This program offers a safe environment to talk about feelings and learn new skills such as problem solving, communication and conflict resolution.
Intended for parents of children ages 0-6.
Meet with other parents to talk and learn about your child's feelings, development, behaviours, body and safety. This group is yours to exchange parenting ideas, successes and struggles.
Parents Supporting Parents
Intended for parents of pre-teens and teens.
Meet with other parents to find supportive and practical ways to help guide your child through their teens. Generate ideas to help them understand ways to control their feelings and actions. This group is a safe place to share your experiences and appreciate this time in your child's life while taking care of yourself.
These programs run two times a year. Call us for more information and dates.
The Family Support program is an intervention service to children, youth and their families who are experiencing difficulties with parenting and who are potentially at risk of family or placement breakdown.
This may include things such as safety concerns for the child(ren), behavioural management, parenting, relationships and mental health issues.
The main purpose for the Family Support program is to restore family functioning by supporting families in discovering ways to find their own solutions, make positive choices and decisions about their situation and to help utilize community resources.
Child Youth Special Needs program provides activities provided to maintain or prompt a change in the behaviour, condition or functioning of children, youth and their families.
Guidance is provided to support personal growth, development or situational change.
We provide direct goal-orientated services to address the needs of the child.
Referrals through the Ministry of Children and Youth are needed to access this program.
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