Assessment (1 to 5 Years)

Assessment (1 to 5 Years)

An assessment is a systematic way of getting to know your child’s developmental strengths and challenges. It is an opportunity to describe your young child and any concerns you may have.

Guided by your knowledge of your child, assessments help determine the Island Health services and programs that will help promote the health and wellbeing of your child from 1 to 5 years.

Who does an assessment?

There are many health professionals at Island Health who are skilled in assessing your child between the ages of 1 to 5 years.

Depending on your individual child, an assessment may only involve a speech therapist. Other assessments may need a team of professionals such as occupational therapists, physiotherapists and psychologists.

Does my child need an assessment?

If you are wondering if your child needs an assessment, contact your family doctor, pediatrician, public health nurse or an intake worker at Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health.

General Information on Assessment (1 to 5 Years)

Referral Required?
Required
How to Get Referral

Contact your family doctor, pediatrician, public health nurse or an intake worker at Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health.

Locations

Ladysmith Community Health Centre

Ladysmith Community Health Centre

1111-4th Avenue
PO Box 10
Ladysmith, B.C. 
V9G 1A1

250-739-5777

Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health

Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health

2400 Arbutus Rd
Victoria, B.C.
V8N 1V7

250-519-5390

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Sointula Health Centre

#25 - 2nd St
Sointula, B.C. 
V0P 2E0

250-973-2373

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