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Services for Children and Youth Aged 4-21 Years

Programs/Services are available from the time a child starts or is eligible for the first year of kindergarten (after August 31 of the year the child turns 4) until the age of 18 or 21, dependent on the specific program or service.

School-Based Rehabilitation Services

School-Based Rehabilitation Services (SBRS) are available to children attending publicly funded schools until the age of 21. The mandate of SBRS is to provide in-school Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, and Speech-Language Pathology services for students in order for the student to attend school, participate in school routines, and receive instruction.

Visit School-Based Rehabilitation Services for more information.

School-Aged Active Rehabilitation Services

Centre-based physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology may be available to children with complex physical or developmental disabilities up to age 18 who require assessment, consultation, and/or a block of therapy due to: 

  • A new or deteriorating condition
  • To achieve an independence-related goal related to a physical difference

 Visit School-Age Active Rehabilitation Services for more information.

School-Age Equipment Needs Program

The School-Aged Equipment Needs program is for children with medical complexity/physical disability who require equipment needs for long-term, home-based postural safety and accessibility.

See the School-Aged Equipment Needs program for more information.

Additional Services

Children and families involved in core Centre-based services or school-based rehabilitation services may be eligible for additional Centre services based on identified child and family needs and goals. Referrals are initiated by Centre therapists and additional services and programs may include: