Occupational Therapy – CDC

/Occupational Therapy – CDC
Occupational Therapy – CDC2017-02-24T11:08:05+00:00

Program Description

Offered to children from birth to 18 years of age, assisting with activities of daily living such as playing, learning, feeding and dressing.

Who can use this program?

Children ages birth to 18 yrs.

How do I use this program? Do I need a referral?

Anyone may request service for a child (birth to 18 years) as long as the legal guardian is aware of the request.  The Intake Manager receives all requests and will contact you as soon as possible (usually within 48 hours).

What services are offered?

Occupational therapy helps children with special needs be independent in everyday activities by  finding solutions to challenges that arise due to their physical, sensory, and cognitive disability/ disorder.  Occupational therapists can provide you with aids and equipment as well as empowerment and strategies to overcome obstacles that prevent your child from participating in activities.

Get in Touch

Please contact Coleen Onofrechuk CDC Intake Manager at 250.392.4481 ext. 208

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Where it Happens


Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre
690 Second Avenue North
Williams Lake, BC
V2G 4C4