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Children’s Therapy Services in
Saskatchewan Health Regions
Service Maps and Descriptions
Fall 2011
Children’s Therapy Services in
Saskatchewan Health Regions
Service Maps and Descriptions
Fall 2011
Cypress
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy
Services prior to referral to specialized programs.
*Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program,
Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.
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Cypress
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Cypress Health Region:
Speech Language Pathology:
Physical Therapy:
Early Childhood Developmental Team:
Regional outpatient speech language pathology
services are provided to children from birth to
school entry through the Public Health Services
office.
Inpatient physical therapy services are provided
to children while in hospital with a referral from
the attending physician. Outpatient physical
therapy services are provided to children from
birth to 18 years of age through the therapy
services department of the health region.
Provides specialized team assessments and
treatment in speech language pathology and
physical therapy, childhood psychology, Autism
Spectrum Disorders team, and dietician.
The Early Childhood Development Team has an
open referral and caregivers may contact
306-778-5280 for an appointment.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting 306-778-5280. A doctor’s referral
is not required to access services. Inpatient
speech language pathology services are not
provided, however referrals are accepted from
inpatient services for outpatient follow up.
No referral is required to access outpatient
services. Caregivers may contact 306-778-5280
for an appointment.
Some specialized speech language pathology
services such as feeding and swallowing, and
video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary
Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up
treatment and management services are
provided by the regional Speech Language
Pathologist in consultation with the specialized
service provider(s).
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FIVE HILLS HEALTH REGION
Five Hills
Child Requiring
Therapy
Services
Birth to 3
years of age
Five Hills
Health Region
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
6 – 18
years of age
3–5
years of age
Enrolled
in School*
Not Enrolled
in School
Five Hills
Health Region
Five Hills
Health Region
Occupational
Therapy Services
Physical Therapy
Services
Physical Therapy
Services
Occupational
Therapy Services
Occupational
Therapy Services
Physical Therapy
Services
School Division
Contact school
division for
services available
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
Five Hills
Health Region
Speech Language
Pathology
Physical Therapy
(limited to
specific services
only)
Occupational
Therapy
(limited to
specific services
only)
School Division
Contact school
division for
services available
Speech Language
Pathology
Occupational
Therapy
Occupational
Therapy
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to
specialized programs.
*Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten,
Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specializedprograms.
*Enrolledinschool:attendsaschooldivisionearlyentranceprogram,Pre-Kindergarten,Kindergartenorgrade1-12program.
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Five Hills
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Five Hills Health Region:
Speech Language Pathology:
Physical Therapy:
Occupational Therapy:
Regional outpatient speech language pathology
(SLP) services are provided to children from
birth to school entry through the Public Health
Services office.
Inpatient physical therapy services are provided
to children while in hospital with a referral
from the attending physician. A referral is
generally not needed except for post-operative
and acute respiratory conditions.
Inpatient occupational therapy services are
provided to children while in hospital with
a referral from the attending physician. A
referral is generally not needed except for postoperative and acute respiratory conditions.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting 306-691-1528. A doctor’s referral is
not required to access services.
Acute health episode speech language
pathology services are not provided, however
referrals are accepted from inpatient services
for outpatient follow up.
Specialized speech language pathology services
such as feeding and swallowing, and video
fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics
and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment
and management services are provided by
the regional Speech Language Pathologist
in consultation with the specialized service
provider(s).
Outpatient physical therapy services for those
conditions other than musculo-skeletal are
provided to children from birth to 5 years
of age through the Five Hills Health Region
Paediatric Therapy Services team. Children
over the age of 5 are seen for monitoring and
program updates on a limited basis. No referral
is required to access outpatient services.
Outpatient occupational therapy services are
provided to children from birth to 5 years of
age through the Therapy Services department
of the health region. Older children are seen
for monitoring and program updates on a
limited basis. No referral is required to access
outpatient services. Caregivers may contact
306-694-0201 for an appointment.
Children of all ages with musculo-skeletal
injuries have services provided through the
outpatient department of Therapy Services.
Caregivers may contact 306-694-0201 for an
appointment for all services.
KidsFirst: Families involved with the KidsFirst
program access preschool SLP services directly
through KidsFirst.
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HEARTLAND HEALTH REGION
Heartland
Child Requiring
Therapy Services
Birth
to 3 years
of age
Heartland
Health
Region
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
Occupational
Therapy Services
(very limited)
Physical Therapy
Services
(very limited)
3–5
years
of age
Not Enrolled
in School
Heartland
Health
Region
SpeechLanguage
Pathology
Services
Occupational
Therapy Services
(very limited)
Physical Therapy
Services
(very limited)
6 – 18
years
of age
Heartland
Health
Region
Enrolled in
School*
Heartland
Health
Region
School Division
Contact school
division for
services available
Physical
Therapy
(very limited)
Speech
Language
Pathology
Occupational
Therapy
School Division
Contact school
division for
services
available
Physical
Therapy
(very limited)
Speech
Language
Pathology
Occupational
Therapy
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral
to specialized programs.
*Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten,
Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specializedprograms.
*Enrolledinschool:attendsaschooldivisionearlyentranceprogram,Pre-Kindergarten,Kindergartenorgrade1-12program.
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Heartland
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Heartland Health Region:
Speech Language Pathology:
Physical Therapy:
Occupational Therapy:
Regional outpatient speech language pathology
services are provided to children from birth
to school entry through Community Therapy
Services.
A generalized assessment and treatment
service in physical therapy is provided to all
children through Community Therapy Services.
Typically musculoskeletal and orthopaedic
services are provided.
A generalized assessment and treatment
service in occupational therapy is provided to
all children through Community Therapy
Services.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting 306-882-6413 Ext. 290. A doctor’s
referral is not required to access services.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting 306-306-822-6413 Ext.608.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting 306-306-822-6413 Ext 608.
Specialized speech language pathology services
such as feeding and swallowing, and video
fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics
and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment
and management services are provided by
the regional Speech Language Pathologist
in consultation with the specialized service
provider(s).
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HEARTLAND HEALTH REGION
Kelsey Trail
Child Requiring
Therapy Services
Birth
to 3 years
of age
Heartland
Health
Region
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
Occupational
Therapy Services
(very limited)
Physical Therapy
Services
(very limited)
3–5
years
of age
Not Enrolled
in School
Heartland
Health
Region
SpeechLanguage
Pathology
Services
Occupational
Therapy Services
(very limited)
Physical Therapy
Services
(very limited)
6 – 18
years
of age
Heartland
Health
Region
Enrolled in
School*
Heartland
Health
Region
School Division
Contact school
division for
services available
Physical
Therapy
(very limited)
Speech
Language
Pathology
Occupational
Therapy
School Division
Contact school
division for
services
available
Physical
Therapy
(very limited)
Speech
Language
Pathology
Occupational
Therapy
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to
specialized programs.
*Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten,
Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specializedprograms.
*Enrolledinschool:attendsaschooldivisionearlyentranceprogram,Pre-Kindergarten,Kindergartenorgrade1-12program.
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Kelsey Trail
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Kelsey Trail Health
Region:
Speech Language Pathology:
Physical Therapy:
Occupational Therapy:
Regional outpatient speech language pathology
services are provided to children from birth to
school entry through the Public Health Services
office.
Inpatient physical therapy services are provided
to children by adult therapist while in hospital
with a referral from the attending physician.
Inpatient occupational therapy services are
provided to children while in hospital with a
referral from the attending physician.
Outpatient physical therapy services are
provided to children from birth to 18 years of
age through the Therapy services department
of the health region. A generalized assessment
and treatment service in physical therapy is
provided. No referral is required to access
outpatient services. Caregivers may contact
306-752-1750 for an appointment.
Outpatient occupational therapy services are
provided to children from birth to school entry
through the Therapy Services department of
the health region. A generalized assessment
and treatment service in occupational therapy
is provided. No referral is required to access
outpatient services. Caregivers may contact
306-752-1750 for an appointment.
Limited regional follow up services are
provided to children with specialized physical
therapy programs.
Limited regional follow up services are
provided to children with specialized physical
therapy programs.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting 306-752-1750. A doctor’s referral is
not required to access services.
Acute health episode speech language
pathology services are not provided, however
referrals are accepted from inpatient services
for outpatient follow up.
Specialized speech language pathology services
such as feeding and swallowing, and video
fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics
and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment
and management services are provided by
the regional Speech Language Pathologist
in consultation with the specialized service
provider(s).
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PRAIRIE NORTH HEALTH REGION
Prairie North
Child Requiring
Therapy Services
Birth
to 3 years
of age
3–5
years
of age
Prairie North
Health Region
Speech
Language
Pathology
Services
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Physical
Therapy
Services
6 – 18
years
of age
Not Enrolled in
School
Prairie North
Health Region
Enrolled in
School*
Prairie North
Health Region
Speech
Language
Pathology
Services
Physical
Therapy
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Occupational
Therapy
Physical
Therapy
Services
Speech
Language
Pathology
Prairie North
Health Region
School
Divisions
Contact school
divisions for
services
Speech
Language
Pathology
School Divisions
Contact school
divisions for
services
Physical
Therapy
Occupational
Therapy
Speech
Language
Pathology
Occupational
Therapy
Occupational
Therapy
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s
Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.
*Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance
program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specializedprograms.
*Enrolledinschool:attendsaschooldivisionearlyentranceprogram,Pre-Kindergarten,Kindergartenorgrade1-12program.
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Prairie North
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Prairie North Health
Region:
Speech Language Pathology:
Physical Therapy:
Regional outpatient speech language pathology
services are provided to children from birth to
school entry.
Inpatient physical therapy services are provided
to children while in hospital with a referral
from the attending physician.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting 306-446-5888 (North Battleford/
Meadow Lake) or 306-820-6225 (Lloydminster).
A doctor’s referral is not required to access
services.
Outpatient physical therapy services are
provided to children from birth to school entry.
No referral is required to access outpatient
services. Caregivers may contact 306-446-5888
(North Battleford/Meadow Lake) or
306-820-6225 (Lloydminster) for an
appointment.
Inpatient speech language pathology services
are not provided, however referrals are
accepted from inpatient services for outpatient
follow up.
Specialized speech language pathology services
such as feeding and swallowing, and video
fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics
and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment
and management services are provided by
the regional Speech Language Pathologist
in consultation with the specialized service
provider(s).
Children aged 6-18 years of age are provided
limited assessment and follow up treatment
focused on acute and specific conditions.
Limited regional follow up services are
provided to children with specialized physical
therapy programs.
Occupational Therapy:
Inpatient occupational therapy services are
provided to children while in hospital with a
referral from the attending physician.
Outpatient occupational therapy services are
provided to children from birth to school.
No referral is required to access outpatient
services. Caregivers may contact 306-446-5888
(North Battleford/Meadow Lake) or
306-820-6225 (Lloydminster) for an
appointment.
Children aged 6-18 years of age are provided
limited assessment and follow up treatment
focused on acute and specific conditions.
Limited regional follow up services are
provided to children with specialized
occupational therapy programs.
Specialized Children’s Therapy Services
Prairie North Health Region provides
specialized children’s therapy services.
Caregiver’s may contact the 306-466-5888
(North Battleford/Meadow Lake) or
306-820-6225 (Lloydminster) for an
appointment.
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PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND HEALTH REGION
Prince Albert
Parkland
How old is
the child?
Birth to 3
years of age
Prince Albert
Parkland Health
Region
(SLP, OT, PT, ECP, PEDS
team)
3 to 5 years
of age
Not in
PreKindergarten:
In
Prekindergarten:
PAPHR
(SLP, OT, PT, ECP, PEDS
team)
Local School’s SLP
and/or
PAPHR (OT, PT, ECP)
5 to 8
years of age
(Higher school
priority)
8 to 18
years of age
(Limited school
services)
Child’s Local School
Child’s Local School
For OT, SLP, PT,
Psychology, Special
Education Services
and/or PAPHR for
Mental Health issues
For OT, SLP, PT,
Psychology, Special
Education Services
and/or PAPHR for
Mental Health issues
Abbreviations:
SLP - Speech Language Pathologist (Speech Therapy)
Abbreviations:
PAPHR - Prince Albert Parkland Health Region
PT - Physical Therapy
PAPHR-Prince
Albert Parkland
Health Region
Language Pathologist
(Speech Therapy)
OT - Occupational
Therapy
EdSLP-Speech
Psych - Educational
Psychologist
OT-Occupational Therapy
PT-Physical Therapy
ECP - Early Childhood Psychologist
CYDC - Child & Youth Developmental Clinic (School age
ECP-Early Childhood Psychologist
Ed Psych-Educational Psychologist
SHAP - Saskatchewan
team)
SHAP-Saskatchewan
HearingHearing
Aid Plan Aid Plan
CYDC-Child & Youth Developmental Clinic (School age team)
PEDS
Team - Pediatric
Early Development
Services team
PEDS
Team-Pediatric
Early Development
Services team
Note:
Clients
mustECP
access
(PT, OT,
SLP,
(PT,
OT,
SLP,and/or
and/or
ECP) and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specializedprograms.
*Enrolledinschool:attendsaschooldivisionearlyentranceprogram,Pre-Kindergarten,Kindergartenorgrade1-12program.
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Prince Albert Parkland
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Prince Albert Parkland
Health Region:
Speech Language Pathology:
Physical Therapy:
Occupational Therapy:
Regional outpatient speech language pathology
services are provided to children from birth to
school entry through the Therapy Program.
Inpatient physical therapy services are provided
to children while in hospital with a referral
from a health care provider.
Inpatient occupational therapy services are
provided to children while in hospital with a
referral from a health care provider.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting 306-765-6126. A doctor’s referral is
not required to access services.
Outpatient physical therapy services are
provided to children from birth to school
entry through the Children’s Therapy Program.
No referral is required to access outpatient
services. Caregivers may contact 306-765-6126
for an appointment.
Outpatient occupational therapy services
are provided to children from birth to school
entry through the Children’s Therapy Program.
No referral is required to access outpatient
services. Caregivers may contact 306-765-6126
for an appointment.
Children aged 6-18 years of age are provided
one time assessments and follow up treatment
for acute and post operative physical therapy.
Specialized Children’s Therapy Services
Inpatient speech language pathology services
are limited to swallowing services, however
referrals are accepted from inpatient
services for outpatient follow up.
Specialized speech language pathology services
such as feeding and swallowing, and video
fluoroscopy are provided by the Children’s
Therapy Program. Follow up treatment and
management services are provided through
outpatient speech language pathology services.
In school physical therapy services are provided
by the Children’s Therapy Program to children
6-18 years of age through a contract with the
Sask Rivers School Division. Please contact the
school division for access to services for long
term and chronic conditions.
The Children’s Therapy Program provides
specialized children’s therapy services in
Adaptive Equipment, Early Development
Assessment and Intervention, Specialized
Seating, Assistive Technology, Swallowing, and
Sensory Processing. Caregiver’s may contact
the Children’s Therapy Program at
306-765-6126 for an appointment.
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Prince Albert Parkland
Specialist(s)
to refer to
SLP
PAPHR
3 - 5 Years NOT in
3 - 5 years in
5 - 18 Years (in school)
Pre-Kindergarten Pre-Kindergarten
PAPHR
Child’s School SLP Child’s School SLP
Speech - Stutters
SLP
PAPHR
PAPHR
Child’s School SLP
Child’s School SLP
Language - late talker/not
talking much
SLP
PAPHR
PAPHR
Child’s School SLP
Child’s School SLP
Language - poor listening/
comprehension
SLP
PAPHR
PAPHR
Child’s School SLP
Child’s School SLP
Behaviour - (often have
ECP
emotional, cognitive, sensory, and SLP
and/or language components) and OT
PAPHR
PAPHR
Child’s School SLP
PAPHR OT, ECP
Child’s School Ed. Psychologist, OT,
SLP, Behavioural consultant, PAPHR
Mental Health
Mobility - difficulty moving,
walking, quality of moving,
clumsy
PT and/or
OT
PAPHR
PAPHR
PAPHR
School OT; Very Limited PT services
at school or through Health; maybe
private services available
Play Skills
Psychologist,
OT, SLP
PAPHR
PAPHR
PAPHR-ECP, OT;
Child’s school SLP
Child’s School Ed. Psychologist, SLP,
OT, Special Ed Consultants/teachers
Concern
Speech - Clarity/hard to
understand
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Birth - 3 Years
Prince Albert Parkland
Specialist(s)
to refer to
Fine motor skills (use of hands OT
and eyes)
Concern
Birth - 3 Years
PAPHR
3 - 5 Years NOT in
3 - 5 years in
Pre-Kindergarten Pre-Kindergarten
PAPHR
PAPHR
5 - 18 Years (in school)
Hearing assessment
Audiologist
Prince Albert
Carlton Trail Hearing Clinic - South Hill Mall, 2995 2nd Ave West (306) 922-0003
Hearing Services - Victoria Square - 2345 10th Ave West (306) 953-8932
Saskatchewan Hearing Aid Plan - McIntosh Mall, 800 Central Avenue (306) 765-6520
Developmental delay
Psychologist,
SLP, OT, and/
or PT
PAPHR
ECP or PEDS
team
Social-emotional skills
Psychology,
OT, SLP
PAPHR ECP, OT,
PAPHR ECP, OT,
SLP or PEDS Team SLP or PEDS Team
Activities of daily living
challenges - eating/feeding/
swallowing
Feeding team
Saskatoon feeding Saskatoon feeding Saskatoon feeding teams
Infants only
inpatients teams
teams
PAPHR SLP; all
others: Saskatoon
Activities of daily living Toileting
No specialists
known
Pediatricians
PAPHR
PAPHR ECP, OT, PT, Child’s school Ed Psychologist, SLP,
ECP or PEDS team School SLP
OT, Special Ed. Consultants
Will refer to PAPHR CHILD and
YOUTH cognitive Clinic as needed
Pediatricians
PAPHR ECP, OT,
School SLP
Pediatricians
Child’s school Ed Psychologist, SLP,
OT, Special Ed. Consultants
PAPHR Mental Health if needed
Pediatricians
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Prince Albert Parkland
Activities of daily living Dressing
Specialist(s)
to refer to
Occupational
Therapists
Autism diagnosis
ASD teams
PAPHR PEDS
team
PAPHR PEDS team PAPHR PEDS team Child and Youth School Team
and/or Child and
Youth School team
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Diagnosis
FASD teams
PAPHR PEDS
team
PAPHR PEDS team PAPHR PEDS team Child and Youth school team
and/or Child and
Youth school team
Genetic Disorders - Diagnoses Geneticist
Saskatoon
Saskatoon
Genetic Disorders Developmental Therapy
PAPHR PEDS
team
PAPHR PEDS team PAPHR-ECP, OT, PT, Child’s school teaching staff, SLP, OT,
Child’s school SLP PT, Ed Psychologist
Concern
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SLP and/or
OT and/or
PT and/or
Psychologist
Birth - 3 Years
PAPHR OT
3 - 5 Years NOT in
3 - 5 years in
5 - 18 Years (in school)
Pre-Kindergarten Pre-Kindergarten
PAPHR OT
PAPHR OT
Child’s school OT
Saskatoon
Saskatoon
Prince Albert Parkland
Concern
Cleft Lip and Palate
Cerebral Palsy
Specialist(s)
to refer to
Cleft lip and
Palate team
and local SLP
3 - 5 Years NOT in
Pre-Kindergarten
Saskatoon CLP
Saskatoon CLP
team for surgery, team for surgery,
checkups; PAPHR checkups; PAPHR
SLPs for therapy SLPs for therapy
Birth - 3 Years
PT, OT, and/or PAPHR; Maybe
SLP
Saskatoon
consultations
PAPHR; Maybe
Saskatoon
consultations
3 - 5 years in
5 - 18 Years (in school)
Pre-Kindergarten
Saskatoon CLP
Saskatoon CLP team for surgery,
team for surgery, checkups; Child’s school SLPs for
checkups; Child’s therapy
school SLPs for
therapy
PAPHR-PT, OT
School SLP
School OT, PT, SLP
Maybe consultations with Saskatoon
ABCDP
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Regina Qu’Appelle
Regional Children’s Therapy Services
Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region
Child Requiring
Therapy
Birth to 3 years of
age
3-5 years of age
RQHR
Speech
Language
Pathology
Public Health
Children’s
Program
Child &
Youth
Children’s
Program
Enrolled in
School
Not Enrolled
in School
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Physical
Therapy
Services
Children’s
Program
Community
Therapy
More than
one rehab
therapy
Children’s
Program
School
Divisions
RQHR
Speech
Language
Pathology
Public Health
Child &
Youth
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Children’s
Program
6-18 years of age
Physical
Therapy
Services
Speech
Language
Pathology
RQHR
Physical
Therapy
Services
Children’s
Program
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Community
Therapy
Community
Therapy
Occupational
Therapy
(Specialized
Services)
Physical
Therapy
Services
Community
Therapy
Children’s
Program
** Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children's Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.
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School
Divisions
RQHR
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Speech
Language
Pathology
Regina Qu’Appelle
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Regina Qu’Appelle Health
Region (RQHR):
Speech Language Pathology:
Regional outpatient speech language pathology
services are provided:
• To children residing in the city of
Regina from birth to school entry
through Children’s Program at Wascana
Rehabilitation Centre (WRC). Caregivers
may request these services by contacting
Children's Program at 766-5710. Physician
referral is not required.
• To children residing in the North Central
area of Regina through Children's Program
at Four Directions Community Health
Centre. Caregivers may request these
services by contacting Four Directions at
766-7544. Physician referral is not required.
• To rural RQHR children from birth to school
entry through Public and Population Health
Services. Caregivers may request these
services by contacting RQHR Public and
Population Health Services at 766-7706.
Physician referral is not required.
• To children from birth to school entry
through Child and Youth Services.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting RQHR Child and Youth Services
at 766-6700. Physician referral is not
required.
• To children eligible to receive services
through the Kids First program and the
Developmental Assessment Clinic.
• To children admitted to hospital in Regina,
from birth to 12 years of age, with feeding
and swallowing concerns or complex
communication issues. Physician referral is
required
Specialized Speech Language Pathology
Specialized speech language pathology
services offered are:
• Feeding and swallowing, video fluoroscopy,
nasometry, assistive technology and
augmentative communication systems
through the Children’s Program, WRC.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting Children's Program at 766-5710.
A physician referral is required for video
fluoroscopy.
• Second opinion tertiary services and
clinics* are offered through the Children’s
Program for assessment, diagnosis,
consultation, and/or ongoing services, case
management and support. Contact number
is 766-5710.
• Diagnostic assessment and consultation are
offered through the Cognitive Disabilities
Program and the Autism Program through
Child and Youth Services. Contact number
766-6700. The Autism Program also
provides direct therapy for preschool
children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Contact number 766-6700.
• Consultation, mentoring and support are
available from specialized service providers
to the regional service providers on
request.
*Clinics - Down Syndrome, Cleft Lip and
Palate, Spina Bifida, Rehabilitation, Amputee,
Neuromuscular, and Orthopedic
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Regina Qu’Appelle
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Regina Qu’Appelle Health
Region (continued):
Physical Therapy:
Specialized Physical Therapy Services
Occupational Therapy:
Regional physical therapy services are
provided:
Specialized physical therapy services are
provided through Children's Program, WRC for:
Regional occupational therapy services are
provided:
• To children from birth to 18 years of age
through the Children’s Program, WRC,
who meet the mandate of the program.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting Children's Program at 766-5710.
Physician referral is not required.
• Seating, adaptive equipment, and
specialized splinting. Caregivers may
request these services by contacting
Children's Program at 766-5710.
• To children from birth to 18 years of age
through the Children’s Program, WRC,
who meet the mandate of the program.
Caregivers may request these services by
contacting Children's Program at 766-5710.
Physician referral is not required.
• To rural RQHR children from birth to
18 years of age for non-complex issues
through Community Therapy services.
Physician referral is not required. Contact
number 766-7301
• To children eligible to receive services
through the Developmental Assessment
Clinic.
• To children from birth to 16 years of age
admitted to hospital in Regina requiring
inpatient physical therapy services.
Physician referral is required
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• Second opinion tertiary services and
clinics* are offered for assessment,
diagnosis, consultation, and/or ongoing
services, case management and support.
Contact number 766-5710.
• Consultation, mentoring and support are
available from specialized service provider
to the regional service provider on request.
*Clinics - Down Syndrome, Cleft Lip and
Palate, Spina Bifida ,Rehabilitation, Amputee,
Neuromuscular, Orthopedic
• To children eligible to receive services
through the Developmental Assessment
Clinic.
• To children from birth to 16 years of age
admitted to hospital in Regina requiring
inpatient occupational therapy services.
Referral from a physician is required.
Regina Qu’Appelle
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Regina Qu’Appelle Health
Region (continued):
Specialized Occupational Therapy
Services
*Clinics - Down Syndrome, Cleft Lip and
Palate, Spina Bifida, Rehabilitation, Amputee,
Neuromuscular, Orthopedic
Specialized occupational therapy services are
provided for:
• Seating, adaptive equipment, feeding
and swallowing, specialized splinting and
assistive technology is offered through
Children's Program. Contact number
766-5710. Physician referral is not required.
• Second opinion tertiary services and
clinics* are offered through the Children’s
Program for assessment, diagnosis,
consultation, and/or ongoing services, case
management and support. Contact number
766-5710.
• Diagnostic assessment and consultation are
offered through the Cognitive Disabilities
Program through Child and Youth Services.
Contact number 766-6700.
• Consultation, mentoring and support are
available from specialized service providers
to the regional service provider on request.
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HEALTH REGION
Saskatoon SASKATOON
Regional Services
Child Requiring
Therapy
Services
Regional Services
Birth to 3
years of age
3–5
years of age
Saskatoon
Health
Region
Speech
Language
Pathology
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Not Enrolled in
School
Public Health
Community
Services
Community
Services
Royal University
Hospital
Rural
Community
Services
Royal University
Hospital
Royal University
Hospital
SmithWick
Physiotherapy
Mental Health
& Addictions –
Child & Youth
Child
Development
Program (ABCDP)*
Physical
Therapy
Services
Public
Health
Enrolled in
School
Saskatoon
Health
Region
Speech
Language
Pathology
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Community
Services
6 – 18
years of age
Saskatoon
Health
Region
Saskatoon
Health
Region
School
Divisions
Physical
Therapy
Services
Community
Services
Child
Development
Program (ABCDP)*
Physical
Therapy
Services
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Occupational
Therapy
Services
School
Wellness
Team
Royal University
Hospital
Rural
Community
Services
Royal University
Hospital
Speech
Language Pre K
Urban
Community
Services
Royal University
Hospital
Rural
Community
Services
School
Wellness
Team
Rural
Community
Services
SmithWick
Physiotherapy
Community
Services
SmithWick
Physiotherapy
Rural
Community
Services
Mental Health
& Addictions –
Child & Youth
*Child Development Program (ABCDP) refers to the Alvin Buckwold Child Development
Program located at the Kinsmen Children’s Center (KCC). Our children display or are at
significant risk for developmental, cognitive and/or physical challenges.
Private therapy services are available in the Saskatoon Community
Physical
Therapy
Services
Rural
Community
Services
School
Divisions
Saskatoon
SASKATOON HEALTH REGION
Specialized Services
CHILD
REQUIRES
SERVICES
Child Development
Program (ABCDP)
Tertiary
Assessment
Clinics
Brain Injury
Metabolic
Muscular
Dystrophy
RUH Pediatric
Outpatients
Our children display or are at significant
risk for developmental, cognitive
and/or physical challenges.
Tertiary
Interdisciplinary
Amputee
Spinal Cord
Specialized Services
Tertiary
Assessment
Neuromotor Team
Augmentative
Alternative Clinic
– this includes a series of
workshops for team and
ongoing support for
child’s team at clinics
Communicative
Interaction Disorder
Tertiary Clinic
SLP – Swallowing
Assessments
Cleft Lip and
Palate Clinic
Fetal Alcohol
Syndrome
Hand Clinic
Orthopedic Clinic
Feeding Clinic
Spasticity
Botox
Tertiary
Interdisciplinary
Down Syndrome
ABCD
Bleeding
Disorders Clinic
G-Tube Clinic
Development
Team
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.
Note:
Clients
must access
and early
exhaust
all Regional
Children’s
Therapy Services
prior to referral
to specialized
programs.
*Enrolled in school:
attends
a school
division
entrance
program,
Pre-Kindergarten,
Kindergarten
or grade
1-12 program.
* Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.
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Saskatoon
Specialized Children’s Therapy Services
Specialized services within Saskatoon Health
Region are primarily provided at two locations,
the Alvin Buckwold Child Development
Program (ABCDP) and Royal Univeristy Hospital
(RUH):
The Alvin Buckwold Child Development
Program* (ABCDP) provides specialized
children’s therapy services in speech language
Concern
Amputee
Autism
pathology, physical therapy, and occupational
therapy as well as interdisciplinary team
assessment, diagnosis and consultation. These
children display or are at risk for significant
development, cognitive and/or physical
challenges. All referrals are assessed through
an intake process to decide if the child meets
ABCDP mandate. Team assessments involving
the pediatrician at ABCDP require physician
Specialist(s)
to Refer to:
Amputee Clinic,
ABCDP
Communication
Interaction Disorder
Team ABCDP
Birth to 3 Years
3-5 Years - Not in
Pre-Kindergarten
referral. Therapy services are open to referrals
from family or guardians, physicians or other
health care providers.
*the Alvin Buckwold Child Development
Program (ABCDP) is located at Kinsmen
Children Centre (KCC), 1319 Colony Street,
Saskatoon.
3-5 Years - In
Pre-Kindergarten
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
School Team
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Child and Youth
Services Mental
Health and Addictions
Services
Autism Services
Saskatoon
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5-18 years In School
Autism Services
Saskatoon
665-7013
Autism Services
Saskatoon
665-7013
Autism Services
Saskatoon
665-7013
Child and Youth
Services Mental
Health and Addictions
Services
Autism Services
Saskatoon
665-7013
Saskatoon
Concern
Bleeding Disorders
Brain Injury
Cerebral Palsy
Specialist(s)
to Refer to:
Bleeding Disorders
Team, RUH
Brain Injury Team,
ABCDP
Neuromotor Team,
ABCDP
Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic
for all children
Cleft Lip & Palate
Team, RUH
Communication:
Augmentative Alternative
(AAC) - cannot
communicate with words
AAC Team, ABCDP
Birth to 3 Years
3-5 Years - Not in
Pre-Kindergarten
3-5 Years - In
Pre-Kindergarten
5-18 years In School
Bleeding Disorders
Team RUH 655-6504
Bleeding Disorders
Team RUH 655-6504
Bleeding Disorders
Team RUH 655-6504
Bleeding Disorders
Team RUH 655-6504
Must be referred by a
hematologist
Must be referred by a
hematologist
Must be referred by a
hematologist
Must be referred by a
hematologist
School Teams
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
School Teams
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
RUH 966-2922
RUH 966-2922
RUH 966-2922
RUH 966-2922
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
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Saskatoon
Concern
Specialist(s)
to Refer to:
Birth to 3 Years
3-5 Years - Not in
Pre-Kindergarten
3-5 Years - In
Pre-Kindergarten
5-18 years In School
Developmental Delay
or at risk for significant
developemental delay
seeking team assessment
or diagnosis
Developmental Team, ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
ABCDP
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Developmental Delay
or at risk for significant
developemental delay
(i.e. cerebral palsy, FAS,
autism, down syndrome,
neuromotor disorders)
seeking therapy services
Speech Language
Pathologist, ABCDP
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
School Team
Physical Therapist,
ABCDP
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
School Team
Occupational
Therapist, ABCDP
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
School Team
Down Syndrome
Adaptive Behaviour
and Cognitive
Disability Team,
ABCDP
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
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Saskatoon
Concern
Specialist(s)
to Refer to:
Birth to 3 Years
3-5 Years - Not in
Pre-Kindergarten
3-5 Years - In
Pre-Kindergarten
5-18 years In School
Eating/feeding/swallowing Feeding Clinic, ABCDP ABCDP 655-1070
with developmental delay
and no G-tube
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Eating/feeding/swallowing Speech-Language
with developmental delay Pathologists, RUH
with or without G-tube
Speech-Language
Pathologists, RUH
655-2434
Speech-Language
Pathologists, RUH
655-2434
Speech-Language
Pathologists, RUH
655-2434
Speech-Language
Pathologists, RUH
655-2434
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
FAS Team, ABCDP
G tube, typical children
and children with
developmental delay
RUH G-Tube team
Hand Clinic, children with
developmental delay
Hand Clinic, ABCDP
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
RUH G-Tube Team
655-2208
RUH G-Tube Team
655-2208
RUH G-Tube Team
655-2208
RUH G-Tube Team
655-2208
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
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Saskatoon
Concern
Specialist(s)
to Refer to:
Intellectual Disability;
Adaptive Behaviour
conditions associated with & Cognitive Disability
an intellectual disability
Team, ABCDP
Birth to 3 Years
3-5 Years - Not in
Pre-Kindergarten
3-5 Years - In
Pre-Kindergarten
5-18 years In School
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Specific speech & language concerns only (not associated with other developmental concerns)
Urban Saskatoon
Speech-Language
Pathologist
RUH SpeechLanguage Pathology
Dept 655-2434
RUH SpeechLanguage Pathology
Dept 655-2434
School SLP
Rural Saskatoon Health
Region
Speech-Language
Pathologist
Public Health Services Public Health Services School SLP or Public
655-4700
655-4700
Health Services
655-4700
School SLP
Specific speech and
language concerns
associated with mental
health concerns or
behaviour concerns
Speech-Language
Pathologist
Mental Health &
Addiction Services;
Child & Youth
655-5721
Mental Health &
Addiction Services;
Child & Youth
655-5721
School SLP
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RUH SpeechLanguage Pathology
Dept 655-2434
Mental Health &
Addiction Services;
Child & Youth
655-5721
Saskatoon
Concern
Metabolic Concerns
Muscular Dystrophy
Specialist(s)
to Refer to:
Metabolic Team,
ABCDP
Muscular Dystrophy
Team, ABCDP
Neuromotor Disorders i.e. Neuromotor Team,
cerebral palsy; head shape, ABCDP
brachial plexus
Orthopedic concerns with
developmental delays
Orthopedic Clinic,
ABCDP
Orthopedic concerns
without developmental
delays
Physical Therapists
Birth to 3 Years
3-5 Years - Not in
Pre-Kindergarten
3-5 Years - In
Pre-Kindergarten
5-18 years In School
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
RUH Physical Therapy RUH Physical Therapy RUH Physical Therapy RUH Physical Therapy
Dept
Dept
Dept
Dept
655-2431
655-2431
655-2431
655-2431
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Saskatoon
Concern
Recent acute illness or
injury resulting in deficits
in movement or function
and not associated with a
developmental delay
Specialist(s)
to Refer to:
Occupational
Therapists
Birth to 3 Years
Community Services
655-3400
RUH Occupational
Therapy Dept
655-2438
RUH Occupational
Therapy Dept
655-2438
RUH Occupational
Therapy Dept
655-2438
Community Services
655-3400
Community Services
655-3400
Community Services
655-3400
(Limited public funding)
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5-18 years In School
RUH Physical Therapy RUH Physical Therapy RUH Physical Therapy
Dept
Dept
Dept
655-2431
655-2431
655-2431
Smithwick’s
Physiotherapy Clinic
644-3270
Spasticity, Botox
Team*
3-5 Years - In
Pre-Kindergarten
RUH Occupational
Therapy Dept
655-2438
Rural Community
Therapy Services
232-8234
Spasticity, Botox Clinic
3-5 Years - Not in
Pre-Kindergarten
Rural Community
Rural Community
Rural Community
Therapy Services 232- Therapy Services 232- Therapy Services
8234
8234
232-8234
Smithwick’s
Physiotherapy Clinic
644-3270
Smithwick’s
Physiotherapy Clinic
644-3270
Smithwick’s
Physiotherapy Clinic
644-3270
(Limited public funding)
(Limited public funding)
(Limited public funding)
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
ABCDP 655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Saskatoon
Concern
Specialized Seating
(children with
developmental delays)
Specialist(s)
to Refer to:
3-5 Years - Not in
Pre-Kindergarten
3-5 Years - In
Pre-Kindergarten
5-18 years In School
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Abilities Council (SAC) Abilities Council (SAC) Abilities Council (SAC) Abilities Council (SAC) Abilities Council (SAC)
Physical Therapist*;
Occupational
Therapist*
Specialized seating
Saskatchewan
(children not associated
Abilities Council (SAC)
with developmental delay)
Occupational
Therapist*
Spinal Cord
Birth to 3 Years
Spinal Cord Team,
ABCDP
OT/PT ABCDP
655-1070
OT/PT ABCDP
655-1070
OT/PT ABCDP
655-1070
PT ABCDP
655-1070
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Abilities Council (SAC) Abilities Council (SAC) Abilities Council (SAC) Abilities Council (SAC)
RUH Occupational
Therapy Dept
655-2438
RUH Occupational
Therapy Dept
655-2438
RUH Occupational
Therapy Dept
655-2438
RUH Occupational
Therapy Dept
655-2438
Community Services
655-3400
Community Services
655-3400
Community Services
655-3400
Community Services
655-3400
Rural Community
Therapy Services
232-8234
Rural Community
Therapy Services
232-8234
Rural Community
Therapy Services
232-8234
Rural Community
Therapy Services
232-8234
ABCDP
655-1070
ABCDP
655-1070
ABCDP
655-1070
ABCDP
655-1070
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
Must be referred by a
physician
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SUN COUNTRY HEALTH REGION
Sun Country
Child Requiring
Therapy
Services
Birth
to 3 years
of age
3–5
years
of age
Sun Country
Health
Region
Not Enrolled in
School
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
Physical
Therapy
Services
Sun Country
Health
Region
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
Physical
Therapy
Services
6 – 18
years
of age
Enrolled in
School *
School Division
Contact school
division for
services available
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
School Division
Contact school
division for
services
available
Sun Country
Health
Region
Sun Country
Health
Region
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
Physical
Therapy
Services
Physical
Therapy
Services
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to
referral to specialized programs.
*Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten,
Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.
*Enrolledinschool:attendsaschooldivisionearlyentranceprogram,Pre-Kindergarten,Kindergartenorgrade1-12program.
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Sun Country
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Sun Country Health
Region:
Speech Language Pathology:
Physical Therapy:
• Regional outpatient speech language
pathology services are provided to
children from birth to school entry
through the Mental Health Services
office.
• Inpatient physical therapy services are
provided to children while in hospital with
a referral from the attending physician.
• Caregivers may request these services
by contacting 306-842-8684 in Weyburn
and 306-637-3646 in Estevan. A doctor’s
referral is not required to access services.
• Acute health episode speech language
pathology services are not provided,
however referrals are accepted from
inpatient services for outpatient follow
up.
• Outpatient physical therapy services
are provided to children from birth to
18 years of age through the Therapy
Services department of the health
region. A generalized assessment and
treatment service in physical therapy
is provided. No referral is required to
access outpatient services. Caregivers
may contact 306-842-8460 for an
appointment.
• Specialized speech language pathology
services such as feeding and swallowing,
and video fluoroscopy are referred to
Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments.
Follow up treatment and management
services are provided by the regional
Speech Language Pathologist in
consultation with the specialized service
provider(s).
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SUNRISE HEALTH REGION
Sunrise
Child Requiring
Therapy
Services
Birth
To Kindergarten
Entry
6-18 years
Out of school
services
Sunrise
Health Region
Sunrise Health
Region Children’s
Therapy and
Community
Programs
Children’s Therapy
Program
Speech Language
Pathology
Services
Occupational
Therapy Services
Occupational
Therapy
Services
Physical Therapy
Services
6 – 18 years
In school Services
Christ the
Teacher Catholic
School Division
Contact school
division for services
Speech Language
Pathology
Good Spirit
School Division
Horizon School
Division
Contact school
division for services
Contact school
division for services
Speech Language
Pathology
Speech Language
Pathology
Sunrise Children’s
Therapy Program
Contract
Occupational
Therapy
Occupational
Therapy
Occupational
Therapy
Physical Therapy
Acute/post-op/ one
time assessments
Physical Therapy
Physical
Therapy
Services
Acute/post-op/one
time assessments
Sunrise Children’s
Therapy Program
Contract
Sunrise Children’s
Therapy Program
Contract
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.
Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.
*Enrolled
in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.
*Enrolledinschool:attendsaschooldivisionearlyentranceprogram,Pre-Kindergarten,Kindergartenorgrade1-12program.
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Sunrise
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Sunrise Health
Region:
Speech Language Pathology:
Physical Therapy:
Occupational Therapy:
• Regional outpatient speech language
pathology services are provided to
children from birth to school entry
through the Children’s Therapy Program.
• Inpatient physical therapy services are
provided to children while in hospital with
a referral from the attending physician.
• Inpatient occupational therapy services
are provided to children while in hospital
with a referral from the attending
physician.
• Caregivers may request these services
by contacting 306-786-0178. A doctor’s
referral is not required to access services.
• Inpatient speech language pathology
services are not provided, however
referrals are accepted from inpatient
services for outpatient follow up.
• Specialized speech language pathology
services such as feeding and swallowing,
and video fluoroscopy are referred to
Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments.
Follow up treatment and management
services are provided by the regional
Speech Language Pathologist in
consultation with the specialized service
provider(s).
• Outpatient physical therapy services are
provided to children from birth to school
entry through the Children’s Therapy
Program of the health region. No referral
is required to access outpatient services.
Caregivers may contact 306-786-0178 for
an appointment.
• Children aged 6-18 years of age are
provided one time assessments and
follow up treatment for acute and post
operative physical therapy.
• Physical therapy services are provided in
school by the Children’s Therapy Program
to children 6-18 years of age through a
contract with the school division. Please
contact the school division for access
to services for long term and chronic
conditions.
• Outpatient occupational therapy services
are provided to children from birth to
school entry through the Children’s
Therapy Program of the health region. No
referral is required to access outpatient
services. Caregivers may contact
306-786-0178 for an appointment.
• Children aged 6-18 years of age are
provided one time assessments and
follow up treatment for acute and post
operative physical therapy.
• In school occupational therapy services
are provided by the Children’s Therapy
Program to children 6-18 years of age
through a contract with the school
division. Please contact the school
division for access to services for long
term and chronic conditions in children
ages 6-18 years.
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Sunrise
Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Sunrise Health
Region:
Specialized Children’s Therapy
Services
The Children’s Therapy Program of the
Sunrise Health Region provides specialized
children’s therapy services in Adaptive
Equipment, Developmental Assessment,
Specialized Seating, Assistive Technology,
and Prosthetics Orthotics. Caregiver’s may
contact the Children’s Therapy Program at
306-786-0178 for an appointment.
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