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Complex Developmental Behavioural Conditions

CDBC provides diagnostic assessments for children & youth who have difficulties in multiple areas of function.
Your team

​Who are we?

Your team may include pediatricians, 
developmental pediatricians, case managers,
psychologists, physiotherapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, and social workers.

What do we do?

We:
  • provide individualized diagnostic assessments for children and youth aged 0 to 19 years
  • help provide you with resources, consultation, and information
  • provide education sessions for families and community service providers
  • participate in research
Your appointment

Before your first appointment, you will receive a call from our intake staff. They will ask your permission to contact other people in the community who know your child to gather any previous reports or information that will help us understand your child's assessment needs.

You will also receive some forms in the mail to complete and sign and return to us to help us gather information.

You may have one or more appointments as part of your child's assessment. Sometimes your appointments may be booked at one of our partner sites that may be closer to your community.

Our booking clerks will call you to book your child's appointment. 

Resources

Transition Planning

Planning tools for youth who are turning 19 and will be moving into adult services.

Family Toolbox 

Transition Timeline

FASD information:

Building Strengths, Creating Hope - Chapter 1: What is FASD? Teaching Students with FASD (Chapter 1) 2004, Alberta Learning, Alberta Canada

FASD Outreach

FASD Centre for Excellence

Ministry of Children & Family Development

National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Other sites:

HealthLink BC Files - find easy-to-understand fact sheets on a range of public health and safety topics 

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