CTP offers a wide range of services to children and families. Our goal is to assist your child to gain the skills they need to enjoy the highest possible quality of life within your family and community. To do this we offer the following services: Autism Spectrum Disorder Services for children to age 19; Childhood Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Speech Language Therapy Services for children from birth to school entry age.
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Referrals are accepted directly from parents, or from any health or community services provider with legal guardian’s consent.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Services
ASD services are for families and children from birth to age 19 who are concerned about, or are diagnosed with, an Autism Spectrum Disorder. The program includes screening for ASD, diagnostic support, individual autism intervention programs, and links to other community services and supports.
Early Childhood Psychology (ECP)
Provides developmental and psychological assessments, diagnoses, consultation and interventions for children from birth to age five and their families.
Occupational Therapy (OT)
Assists children (from birth to age five) to develop independence in everyday skills including self-care, play skills, and school readiness.
Physical Therapy (PT)
Promotes physical development, balance, strength and coordination through play, positioning, and handling (may include adapted toys and equipment). The Physical Therapist works with chidren up to age five and will help parents to understand the development of movement skills andhow to improve their child's abilities (including rolling, crawling, walking, running.)
Speech-Language Pathology (SLP)
Provides diagnostic and programming services for children up to age five with communication difficulties. SLP services supports children with all areas of communication including speaking clearly, expressing ideas to others, understanding others, learning social skills and developing oral motor skills.
Individual Family Services
· CTP Social Worker supports Family Service Plans by providing a coordinating link with CTP team and the family as well as community resources. Provides information, supportive counseling and assistance to children and families dealing with the challenges of a disability.
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More Information Contact:
Children's Therapy Program (306) 786-0178