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Services - Cerebral Motor Deficits

The children and teenagers registered in the Cerebral Motor Deficits Program receive a variety of services that cater to their needs and the needs of their families.

These services consist of interventions that take place in their different daily living environments (home, daycare, etc.). Individual or group therapy, parental counseling and periodical meetings are also provided.

Children and teenagers can also consult specialists in other disciplines such as: physiatry, orthoptics, neurology or dentistry. Other specialists such as orthesists and respiratory therapists may be called on as well. Clients living in Montreal and other regions across Quebec may also be eligible to receive ultra-specialized services depending on their needs. These services include:

  • The Augmentative and Alternative Communication Program (AAC)
  • The Assistive Aids Program (positioning)
  • Intensive Functional Rehabilitation Unit
  • The Spasticity Clinic (Radiculectomy and Hand Clinics)
  • The Dysphagia Clinic
  • The Ambulation Clinic
  • The Passe-Temps
  • Transportation service
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Lending library
  • School integration support
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Updated on 3/20/2015
Created on 1/14/2015
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