'To make certain our little ones grow up to be healthy and strong by ensuring their unique needs are assessed early so that services can be provided - the earlier the better.'
The Best Beginnings Outreach Program (BBOP) team consists of an Rehabilitation Assistant, Speech and Language Pathologist and an Occupational Therapist and Rehabilitation Assistant. These professionals work together with families to navigate the early stages of their children's developmental, a well as the process of assessment, diagnosis and early intervention services when needed. The goal of the program is to provide meaningful information and services to ensure little ones have their best chance for healthy development.
This is a free program that anyone can refer to by accessing our ECD referral form (see below). The team will do a thorough assessment and goals and planning will be set up according to the family/child needs. An Infant Development consultant will come in and meet with the family and do an initial screening.
The program provides culturally relevant support to Aboriginal children 0-6 years old and their families in Yekooche, Takla, Sai'kuz, Nahleh, and Stellat'en, Woyenne Kindergarten and Fort Babine.
GOALS OF THE PROGRAM
Specifically, the Best Beginnings Outreach Program will support children and families with:
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