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.

Clinics include orthotic, spasticity, amputee and high risk limb assessment, as well as paediatric spinal deformity and neuromuscular.
The Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Service is an interdisciplinary team that works to optimize the health and safety for children and youth with nutrition, feeding and/or swallowing concerns.
This program provides speech and language services to infants, toddlers and preschool children.  
Public Health Nursing provides health promotion, disease prevention, intervention and support services to women, children, youth and families living across the Island Health region.
This page provides community links for the following topics that can affect your child's development.
The School Age Therapy Program provides assessment and intervention for children & youth (ages 5 to 19) with physical and cognitive limitations.
Working with families, the Supported Child Development Program (SCDP) provides consultation, extra staffing supports and staff training to child care providers and early childhood educators.
Child Youth Family Health-Rehabilitation Services (CYFH-RS) can act as a partner in planning support for your child. 
The Vancouver Island Children’s Assessment Network (VICAN) provides assessment services for children on Vancouver Island with complex developmental needs.