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HaltonParents blogs about
special needs children (external link)
Halton Region’s Children’s Developmental Services provide a variety of programs and services for children who are at risk or demonstrate a developmental delay. We are committed to quality services that are based on current research and practices.
Infant and Child Development Service (ICDS)
Developmental and therapy services for children birth to 5 years of age who are at risk or have special needs and meet program criteria
Provides services that support quality inclusion in licensed child care programs for children birth to 12 years of age
Family and Community Behavioural Services (FCBS)
Behavioural services for individuals 2-21 years of age who have a diagnosis of developmental disability
Project Lifesaver Halton
Program, led by Halton Regional Police Services, helps families protect members who may wander or bolt, typically individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease, autism, down syndrome, acquired brain injury or other kinds of cognitive impairment.
Parents are partners in the planning process for their child. Together we will identify your child’s goals, work with you to reach those goals and explore other resources available in the community.
Each program offered by ‘Children with Differing Abilities’ has unique eligibility requirements. To determine if your child meets specific program criteria, please review the eligibility requirements below.
Parents or anyone with parental consent can complete the application process. This includes:
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Halton Region is composed of
the City of Burlington,
the Town of Halton Hills,
the Town of Milton,
and the Town of Oakville .