Aboriginal Infant Development Program (AIDP)

Aboriginal Infant Development Program (IDP)

The Aboriginal Infant Development Program offers family centered services that promote and encourage active family and community participation in specialized programs for infants and children (birth to age three) who have a developmental delay or who are at risk of a delay.  This program demonstrates ways in which traditional knowledge and culture can be combinded with research findings to build children's resilience.  AIDP supports social learning from Elders and the children's family members and cooperates and collaborates with community members to achieve the common goal of promoting well-being of children.  Funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development.  Communities served with the Upper Skeena.

Parents can refer their child directly to the Aboriginal Infant Development Program. 

If you wish to make a referral, please complete our attached printable referral form.

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