CSP for service providers
Family-Centred Service: CanChild
Family-Centred Service (FCS) research focuses on an approach to rehabilitation services in which families are recognized as the experts on their child and work with service providers to make informed decisions about their child’s care.
The F-words build upon the World Health Organizations (WHO’s) International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) framework. This holistic approach encourages us to focus on factors that are important to all children’s development – their participation, activities, and environment.
One Page Profiles: Helen Sanderson Associates
To support someone well, you must first get to know the person – what people appreciate about them, what is important to them and how they would like to be supported. The simple way that a one-page profile presents this information means that it can be understood and acted upon quickly.
Respite Services consists of agencies funded by the Ministry of Community and Social Services and the Ministry of Children and Youth Services working together to facilitate respite options that empower individuals with differing abilities and their families to lead active and rewarding lives.
A Resource Guide for Parents – Nipissing District & Area compiled by the Child Abuse Prevention Committee of the District of Nipissing. With the objective to ensure increased public and professional awareness and understanding of the problem of child abuse and neglect and to contribute to its prevention.
Ontario’s Special Needs Strategy
Coordinated Service Planning is a key pillar of Ontario’s Special Needs Strategy. The goal of Coordinated Service Planning is to support children/youth with multiple and/or complex special needs and their families through a dedicated Service Planning Coordinator who will connect them to the multiple, cross-sectoral services they need, as early as possible, and monitor their needs and progress through a single Coordinated Service Plan.