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Services - Motor Development Disorders

Children and teenagers registered in the Program benefit from a variety of services adapted to their needs and to the needs of their family. These services can be provided as interventions in their different daily living environments (home, daycare, etc.), individual or group therapy, parental counseling or periodical meetings.

Children and teenagers may also consult other specialists from a number of fields such as: orthopedics, neurology or dentistry. Other professionals such as nutritionists, orthesists, respiratory therapists and audiologists may also be called on.

At times, it may be necessary to refer the child to multiclient programs such as the Augmentative and Alternative Communication Program , the Technical Aids Program (positioning branch) or Dysphagia Clinic in order to meet particular needs.

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Updated on 3/23/2015
Created on 1/15/2015
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