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<div class="ExternalClass2F224C8E243F47899BF02F82CD6227BF"><div><div></div>We help children and youth lead active and healthy lives at school and in the community.</div><div><br>Our team provides the following services to children, parents and schools:<br>Nursing services to:<br><ul><li>Advocate for families needing respite through direct nursing care from the At Home Program</li><li>Ensure families receive the medical equipment and supplies needed through the At Home Program</li><li>Support preschool, daycare and school staff to care for children with health issues such as diabetes and seizures</li><li>Train preschool, daycare and school staff how to do blood sugar testing, tube feedings and use catheters</li><li>Support children who need care after discharge from hospital</li></ul>Occupational therapy services provide tools for parents and schools for children who:<br><ul><li>Have a hard time writing, printing or using scissors</li><li>Can’t sit still, pay attention or are clumsy</li><li>Have delays as they enter kindergarten</li><li>Need feeding support</li><li>Need computers or equipment and support using them</li><li>Need short-term support after discharge from hospital</li></ul>Physiotherapy services train school staff and parents on how to support children needing: <br><ul><li>Wheelchairs and other equipment</li><li>Support walking – with and without help from a walker or crutches</li><li>Exercises</li><li>Modifications to the standard physical education program.</li><li>New equipment.</li><li>Help ensuring the school is safe for children on crutches or in a wheelchair.</li><li>Need short-term support after discharge from hospital</li></ul>Social work services to works in partnership with other professionals in the community to provide:<br><ul><li>Counselling</li><li>Advocacy</li><li>Support for families to access resources and services in the school and the community</li></ul>Are there any costs for these services? <br>These services are free-of-charge. There may be costs for medical supplies and equipment if a family is not covered by the BC Medical Plan or other government programs.<br><br><div> Please call (604) 267-2606 for more information.<br></div></div></div>2110 West 43rd Avenue(604) 261-7220<div class="ExternalClassD852FFAF4E18421F9A70B7B5F3E51E1B">Monday - Friday </div><div class="ExternalClassD852FFAF4E18421F9A70B7B5F3E51E1B">8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.</div>(604) 267-2606V6M 2E1BC49.2326214,-123.15600840000002<div class="ExternalClassBB9D59A5E8CD4723ACF0383A043A887A"><p>Anyone can refer a child to this service. Complete the referral form below</p><p><a href="/Documents/VRPT-Referral-Form.pdf" target="_blank"><img class="ms-asset-icon ms-rtePosition-4" src="/_layouts/images/icpdf.png" alt="" />Vancouver-Regional-Pediatric-Team-consent-form</a><br></p><div><br></div><p><br></p></div><div class="ExternalClass440C26EA126B4971BA540EA36763D035"><p><a href="/Documents/DCD-Summer-Camp-2016.pdf" target="_blank"><img class="ms-asset-icon ms-rtePosition-4" src="/_layouts/images/icpdf.png" alt="" />Developmental Coordination Disorder Summer Camp - Registration Form</a><br><a href="" target="_blank">Ministry of Children & Family Development website - Nursing Support Services</a><br><a href="" target="_blank">Vancouver Parents Transition Group website</a><br><a href="" target="_blank">Vancouver Park Board website - Access Services</a><br><a href="" target="_blank">Vancouver School Board website - Programs</a><br></p></div><div class="ExternalClassB0F80F42450248EE86BF09EC716AB4C7"><div><p>​Children age 0-19 years. This service is provided to children and youth in school and home settings.</p></div></div>Located on the 2nd floor.Pacific Spirit Community Health Centre

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