Therapy Services




What is the role Occupational therapist (OT), Physiotherapist (PT), and Speech Pathologist (SLP)?
OT, PT and SLP are available to any children referred by their teacher

Physiotherapist:

  • Provides information to teachers and parents on activities to build large muscle development, advice on feet and appropriate footwear, information on safety while on stairs, in the classroom and at home

  • Coordinates the gym program

  • Assesses child, provides report with recommendations to the teacher, and reassesses at timely intervals based on child's progress

  • Gives suggestions to parents if further assessment/therapy is required outside of CICC


Occupational Therapist:

  • Provides information to teachers and parents on positioning, hand skills, feeding and sensory concerns

  • Assesses child, provides a report with recommendations to the teacher and reassesses based on child's progress

  • Gives suggestions to parents if further assessment/therapy is required outside of CICC


Speech Pathologist and Communication Disorders Assistant:

  • Service provided by Early Abilities through Surrey Place Centre

  • Provides information on language and speech concerns

  • Assesses child, provides report with recommendations to the teacher and reassess based on child's progress

  • Gives suggestions to parents if further assessment/therapy is required outside of CICC