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MCFD Social Workers inform and refer parents to services provided by the Ministry of Children and Family Development and link families with community-based supports and services.

CLBC Facilitators provide information, advice and support to eligible individuals and families in creating a personal support plan and can help connect individuals and families with their community, CLBC and service providers.

CLBC Analysts confirm eligibility for CLBC and review and allocate financial resources related to personal support plans.

Infant Development Consultants work with families of children under the age of three with, or at-risk of, developmental delay. Infant Development Program consultants provide home visits, assessment, program planning and liaison with other families.

Supported Child Development Consultants facilitate the inclusion of children with special needs in the broader child care system.

Physiotherapists work with children, youth and their families and caregivers to develop the child’s maximum level of independence by addressing physical aspects, such as: movement, muscle strength, coordination, fitness and respiration.

Occupational Therapists work with children, youth and their families and caregivers to develop the child’s maximum level of independence in all areas of daily living, such as: dressing, bathing, feeding, play and school related activities.

Speech and Language Therapists work with children, youth and their families and caregivers to develop the child’s verbal and non-verbal communication skills, their understanding of language and their swallowing and feeding skills.

Behavioural Consultants design, develop and monitor individualized behavioural intervention plans.

Behavioural Interventionists implement an individualized behavioural intervention plan on a one-to-one basis.

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