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Key Worker Support Services
What Is Key Worker Support Services?
Key Worker Support Services at the BC Centre for Ability offers family support services to families with children and youths with NAS/FAS and/or complex developmental and behavioural conditions. These services include providing counselling, disability education and access to parent-to-parent support networks, community services, and resources.
Who Do We Serve
Children and youth, age 0 to 18 years and 11 months with FASD and/or complex developmental disabilities and exhibit challenging behaviours.
Scope of Service
Family Centred Practice
This program emphasizes the importance of parent-professional partnerships. The family has the primary voice in setting goals and planning for services to address the comprehensive needs of the child and the family across life domains.
Family Centred practice honors the uniqueness of each family, respecting individual preferences, choices and styles of coping.
Family empowerment approaches are used in family support to enhance families’ sense of autonomy over their own life and strengthen their abilities to address life challenges.
Cost of Program
This program is provided free of charge by the BC Centre for Ability. Funding is provided by the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
How to Apply for Services
To apply for services - call us at 604-451-5511.
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