Community Living Owen Sound and District

Site: Owen Sound - 10th St W

Service: Special Needs Resourcing

Description
Description (Service) Assists preschool aged child presenting with special needs to be included and participate fully in preschool settings and in their communities 
 
Services:  
* Consulting to licensed child care programs and providing early intervention and support for children with special needs in child care settings 
* Professional development and peer mentoring for Early Childhood Educators 
* Screening of child development and individualized support plans to address gross and fine motor skills, language, cognitive, social and self-help skills 
* Family support; Information and consultation to child care programs and transition planning and support to enter school
Service Details
Hours Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * Evening visits as requested
Areas Served Grey County
Eligibility Ages: 6 year(s) and under 
 
Children with special needs, ages infancy to school entry that are enrolled in licensed child care in Grey County
Application Call
Languages English ; Resources are available in other languages and interpreters may be able to be arranged
Fees None
Address and Location
Located In Community Owen Sound
Address & Map
865 10th St W
Owen Sound, ON N4K 6N1
 
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Intersection 10th St W and 8th Ave W
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Contact Information
Office Phone 519-370-0866
Fax 519-370-0869
E-Mail info@comlivos.on.ca
Website www.communitylivingowensound.ca
Primary Contact Leanne Hopkins, Manager Child & Family Services; Phone: 519-370-0866 ext 102; Fax: 519 370 0869; Email: lhopkins@comlivos.on.ca
Alternate Contact Rebecca Hilts, Program Assistant; Phone: 519-370-0866 ext 101; Fax: 519-370-0869
Mailing Address c/o Leanne Hopkins 
769 4th Ave E 
Owen Sound, ON N4K 2N5
Categories
Service Categories Children/Youth with Disabilities ; Resources for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Service Category Groups Child / Family Services ; Disabilities

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