Rev Young Children's Directory - Page 30

Community Connections (Revelstoke) Society Family Support Services PACT (Parents and Community Together): This drop-in group offers support to parents and caregivers of young children in an informal, unstructured setting. There is opportunity for parents and caregivers to have a cup of coffee while connecting with each other, for parents and children to play in a safe and inviting space, and to have a nutritious snack. Monday and Thursday 9:30am-12:00pm, 314-2nd St E. Bellies and Babies: B & B 1 is a drop-in group for expecting moms and families with babies birth to 12 months. Please join us for lunch and great conversation every Tuesday from 11:00am - 1:00pm. B & B 2 is a drop-in group for expecting moms and families with babies birth to 24 months. Please join us for coffee and snacks every Wednesday from 10:00am – 12:00pm. Infant Development Program (IDP): This program is available to families with infants (birth to 3) who are at-risk of developing a delay in their development or are born with a delay and/or disability. This program can be home or office based. Any parent who has questions about their infant’s development is welcome to contact the Infant Development Program at 250-837-2920 ext. 39 or email amacintosh@community-connections.ca Supported Child Development Program (SCDP): A program for families with children age 3 to 19 who have concerns about their child’s development or have a child with a diagnosed special need or medical condition. The concern can be for any domain of development such as behaviour, problem-solving, social, emotional or movement. The SCDP staff can also offer consultation and support to the staff of child care centers, family child cares, preschools, and schools that are supporting a child or children with special needs. This is a family-directed program which means that caregivers will guide the nature of services delivered. Autism Consultation: SCDP staff is also able to offer consultation to families and children age 3 to 19 who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Consultation can be provided regarding services available in Revelstoke and the surrounding area. Some of these services include: Behaviour Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, and Speech and Language Therapy. In addition, staff of the SCDP work closely with the local Child, Youth & Special Needs social worker to best support families who are 28 navigating the provincial Autism Funding process.