NEW FALL 2022 and WINTER 2023 PROGRAMS!
Occupational Therapy Assessments
Our occupational therapists can assist you with assessments and consultation. A report or letters can be produced for sharing with any members of the health care team that you deem necessary. Our assessment results are meant to assist you as you continue in the journey of advocating for the success of your child. Our OTs can also join you at IEP (Individualized Education Plan) meetings or any other meetings where the interventions recommended need to be implemented into your child’s day. Contact us to arrange a time to connect and review the variety of options available to you!
Sensory Enhanced Movement for Self-Regulation and Trauma Healing program!
Is your child/youth struggling with self-regulation, sensory processing and/or motor difficulties at home and school?
This program takes place over nine weeks and it implements sensory enhanced and trauma aware practices to help children and youth to learn about regulation and trauma healing. The program includes a variety of sensory enhanced activities with our occupational therapist while children and youth learn the basics of self-regulation and stress management. The basics of interoception are learned as this is the cornerstone of developing self-regulation skills.
This program is designed for children/youth with anxiety, mental health challenges and/or conditions, recovering from trauma and chronic stress. We invite all participants to sign up only for the entirety of the program in order to be able to progress through the curriculum and to be able to fully embody the content learned.
Sensory Enhanced Movement for Self-Regulation and Trauma Program for Groups or Schools!
A similar version of the program delivered to individual clients but it is set up for groups or schools. The occupational therapist will offer consultations to the teachers and/or any school or community staff. Based on the consultation, a multi-week program is set up to offer Professional development to staff, classroom wide or small group observations and assessments, classroom wide or small group programming for a few weeks to teach students the basics of stress, self-regulation through the senses and vagus nerve activation, interoception, etc. Consultations and training can also be offered for parents of students involved in the consultation and programming.
Staff and/or students who participate in this multi-week consultation process will walk away with a self-regulation profile, designed environment to facilitate and teach self-regulation, and a variety of other tools and outcomes.
Printing and Fine Motor program!
Is your kiddo struggling with zippers, cutting, legible printing, a functional grip? If your answer is yes to any of the above, this 9 week program is just for your child/youth.
Your child will engage in a variety of experiential activities in an evidence based program that will help him/her to develop fine motor and printing skills. All children need to sign up for the entirety of the program. We will meet during a weekday afternoon in a group of 4 children or youth at a time.
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WINTER ADAPTIVE POOL PROGRAMS COMING SOON!
We hope to be able to offer our programs this winter. Please connect with us to inquire further.
These are group occupational therapy sessions and can be covered by the variety of third party funding options like autism funding, respite, at home program and extended health when OT is available as a benefit.
This year Power for All is proud to offer a sensory enhanced movement program for self-regulation and trauma healing. This program will entail a rehabilitative approach with trauma informed, sensory processing and many more evidence based strategies and techniques to teach children and youth about self-regulation, stress management and trauma healing in a fun and relaxed atmosphere in nature.
The program is designed for children/youth with anxiety, mental health challenges and/or conditions, recovering from trauma and chronic stress. We invite all participants to sign up only for the entirety of the program in order to be able to progress through the program and to be able to fully embody the content learned.
The time for each session has been especially arranged and reserved for each client. We require everyone to show up on time so we can offer the full session to all participants. We are not able to make up any time missed due to being late nor finish sessions late. We also do not recommend that clients show up more than 5 minutes earlier than the scheduled time to avoid too much waiting around, which may result in getting bored and/or impatient. Showing up on time is the best practice for everyone! Clients with different seating adaptations, will connect with staff to see when to come prior to the session.
Who can attend?
Children with physical, cognitive and psycho-social challenges. Examples of some of the diagnosis are: Developmental Coordination Disorder, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Learning Disabilities, Down Syndrome, Depression, Anxiety, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, etc.
What kind of adaptations are made?
Adaptations are made for physical, cognitive and psycho-social challenges.
What are the steps to register?
Simply select the date and session that you wish to register for and then click the button below to register your child/youth and/or adult. Once you have registered for the session you will attend, you will be contacted with all documentation needed to be completed. You can submit all paper work (by mail or email, you choose what works for you as soon as you are able). Requests and registration is subject to availability . All clients should complete a number of forms to help us deliver a better and personable service. This year you register for each individual session and complete each transaction separately. We will also contact you 3 days prior to the day of the program your child/youth will attend to ensure that a health screen is completed.