Resources for Families

Assessment Resources for Families

This page provides community links for the following topics that can affect your child's development.

  1. Autism Spectrum Disorders
  2. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
  3. ADHD
  4. Learning Disabilities
  5. Child and Youth Mental Health
  6. Tourette Syndrome
  7. Developmental Coordination Disorder
  8. Sensory Processing Disorder
  9. Preparing for Your Assessment

Autism Spectrum Disorder


Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders


ADHD


Learning Disabilities


Child and Youth Mental Health


Tourette Syndrome

Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada website provides information about Tourette Syndrome and resources.


Developmental Coordination Disorder

The McMaster University website for CanChild, the Centre for Childhood Disability Research, has information about Developmental Coordination Disorder.


Sensory Processing Disorder

General Information on Resources for Families

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How to Get Referral

Queen Alexandra Cenre for Children’s Health

Referral Inquiries (including questions about the waitlist):

Phone: 250-519-6745 or 250-519-6906

Toll Free: 1-877-238-0846

Fax: 250-519-6931

Preparing for Your Visit

Jeneece Place is a temporary home where families can stay while their children are receiving medical care in Victoria.

This short video clip explains the assessment process in child-friendly language!

Contact Us

General Inquiries

250-519-3548

Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health

2400 Arbutus Rd

Victoria BC  V8N 1V7

250-519-5390

Map of Queen Alexandra Centre Campus

Heather Fox

VICAN Coordinator

250-519-6909 
heather.fox@islandhealth.ca

Locations

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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