Children & Youth Rehabilitation Services

Children and Youth Rehabilitation Services

Child and youth-specific rehabilitation services at Island Health range from physiotherapy to speech therapy.  

If you are looking for information about caring for your child, see our Children & Youth health topic. If you know the service you need but just need location information, see Children & Youth Locations.

An assessment is a systematic way of getting to know your child’s developmental strengths and challenges.
This page provides community links for the following topics that can affect your child's development.
If you think your child may have autism, speak to your family physician about your concerns. 
If you are concerned your child has significant social, behavioural and school problems, discuss your concerns with your family doctor. 
This clinic is for children born with cleft lip, palate or significant velopharyngeal insufficiency who live within the Island Health region.
The Early Intervention Program (EIP) provides services for children from birth to 5 years of age with or at risk for developmental delays.
Equipment is available for loan to families served by the Child Youth & Family Health staff in the Island Health South Island area.
Your doctor can make a referral to a pediatrician or other specialist if you think your child may have Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
FXS is the most common form of inherited intellectual disability, with impairments varying broadly across mild learning disabilities to autism.
Our program offers Licensed Group Care and Preschool for children ages three to five years.
We provide a range of services, including assessments and therapeutic interventions for children from birth to 19 years of age and their families.
For infants, children & youth with a neuromotor limitation that requires treatment or monitoring.