Who are we?
Your team is made up of nurses, doctors, physiatrists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech-language pathologists, recreation therapists, aquatic therapists, psychologists, dieticians, rehabilitation engineers and techs, rehabilitation assistant, social workers, pharmacists, and teachers who provide care to children with a range of cognitive and physical disabilities.
Who do we see?
- assess the needs of your child
- help develop a plan with you based on your child/family goals
- provide goal-based intensive therapy for your child in a team environment
- provide child-specific education and training support for you and community care providers to:
- help you and your child care for yourselves independently, have a successful return home, and participate in your community
- transition you into the community:
- connect you to community resources and supports
- help (re)integrate your child into school
- provide postoperative care (eg. gastrostomy tube, orthopedic) including teaching and therapy
- provide supportive care of medically complex and fragile children and/or those with high care needs
Children, youth, and their families from across BC aged birth to 19 years:
- with acquired brain injuries
- with physical disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy
- with spinal cord injuries
- with other diseases/conditions that require acute rehabilitation (e.g cancer treatments) and transition planning to support their return to their home community
- who need specialized medical care such as post-operative G-tubes or Baclofen pumps