Inclusive Learning Services - Partnerships/Services

Bow River Regional Collaborative Service Delivery

Regional Collaborative Service Delivery (RCSD) will help children and youth have access to the right supports at the right time.  RCSD supports the vision of Inspiring Education, Social Policy Framework, Information Sharing Strategy and other Government of Alberta initiatives.

Bow Valley Regional Collaborative Service Delivery

 

Bow Valley Early Childhood Development

 


 

 

 


 

FCSS

 

Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)
 


Mental Health Capacity Building Project for Children and Families

Our Vision

We work to create a culture that establishes the spectrum of mental health as a vital part of each person.

We believe that every child, family and community can maintain and value health and well-being, in its entirety, right from the start.

Did You Know that Right from the Start

  • Promotes positive mental health in your child’s class
  • Runs pro-social clubs
  • Supports positive school culture by creating whole-school events
  • And supports staff with social-emotional programming.

Common Topics we Support

  • School Reluctance
  • Strengthening School-Community Connections
  • Professional Referrals
  • Anxiety
  • Healthy Relationship Building
  • Social Skills Development
  • Parenting Workshops
  • Managing Emotions
  • Friendship Challenges
  • Self Esteem
  • Positive Behaviour Management

We are here for you as well as your child. Feel free to drop into our office to brainstorm a situation or to simply connect.

 



COPE

COPE is a partnership between Families, Education, Alberta Health Services, Alberta Human Services through Family Supports for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) and Children and Family Services. A shared concern amongst parents, educators and physicians is early identification and intervention for children experiencing emotional, behavioral and developmental difficulties. COPE provides school-based consultations with physician specialists (pediatricians and child psychiatrists) to support teachers and parents whose school-aged children are experiencing developmental, behavioral or emotional struggles impacting their learning by:

  • Identifying mental health and/or developmental issues that may impact learning and behaviour
  • Providing supportive recommendations for the management of the identified issues
  • Providing referrals to other community organizations as necessary
  • Providing case management and follow up

COPE referrals can be made by the school or referred by attending Pediatrician. To help ensure a smooth COPE request process schools can contact the COPE District Family Liaison.

 



Settlement Services

Settlement Services