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The Infant Development Program serves any child from birth to three years of age who:
Is developmental delay in his/her development (i.e. sitting, walking, talking).
May be at risk for delay in their development.
Has an identified special need.
Home visits to encourage progress, develop new activities and support parents.
Developmental assessments and written reports.
Parent workshops or support groups.
It’s an opportunity for parents to:
Learn ways to encourage their child’s development.
Meet other parents.
Discuss parenting issues.
Make the best use of other community resources and activities.
For your baby to:
Become more independent.
Learn new skills.
Participation in the program is voluntary. If other services are required by the child and family, referrals are made to appropriate resources.
Nachelle Hicks, B.A., Psych.
Infant Development Program Supervisor
Phone: (250) 286-0955, ext 2206
Phone: (250) 286-0955, ext 2205
Infant Development Consultants have a Degree in a field related to Early Childhood Development as well as regular ongoing training in current issues related to Early Childhood Development.