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  • Children’s Therapy Services in Saskatchew

    an Health Regions

    Service Maps and Descriptions 2013

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    Regional Health Authorities (RHA) across the province provide several regional therapy services to assist children including speech language pathology, occupational therapy and physical therapy. Additionally, specialized therapy services may be available in larger RHAs or tertiary centres to support regional therapy services in diagnosis, assessment and intervention planning, to meet the needs of children.Building on the Children’s Therapy

    Services Service Delivery Model, the maps and descriptions provide caregivers and service providers a guide to the therapy services available for children in each RHA and information on how and where to access the services.

    Focusing on family centred care in local service areas, it is recommended that children and their caregivers access regional children’s therapy services prior to seeking specialized programs. Regional therapy providers may be available to help determine and facilitate referral to specialized services and assist in the integration of supports, services and intervention planning on an ongoing basis.

    Service Maps and Descriptions

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    Regional outpatient children’s services may be available from speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, and/or physical therapists visiting the health authority.

    Caregivers may request a current listing of services available by contacting 306-439-2200. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Athabasca Health Authority

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    Cypress

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.

    *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

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    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional outpatient speech language pathology services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Public Health Services office.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-778-9449. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services. Inpatient speech language pathology services are not provided, however referrals are accepted from inpatient services for outpatient follow up.

    Some specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment and management services are provided by the regional Speech Language Pathologist in consultation with the specialized service provider(s).

    Physical Therapy:

    Inpatient physical therapy services are provided to children while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician. Outpatient physical therapy services are provided to children from birth to 18 years of age through the therapy services department of the health region.

    No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-778-9449 for an appointment.

    Early Childhood Developmental Team:

    Provides specialized team assessments and treatment in speech language pathology and physical therapy, childhood psychology, Autism Spectrum Disorders team, and dietician.

    The Early Childhood Development Team has an open referral and caregivers may contact 306-778-9449 for an appointment.

    CypressProgram Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Cypress Health Region:

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    Five HillsFIVE HILLS HEALTH REGION

    Child Requiring Therapy Services

    Birth to 3 years of age

    3 – 5 years of age

    6 – 18 years of age

    Five Hills Health Region

    Speech Language PathologyServices

    Occupational

    Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy

    Services

    Not Enrolled

    in School

    Five Hills Health Region

    Enrolled in School*

    Five Hills Health Region

    Speech Language PathologyServices

    Occupational

    Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy

    Services

    Five Hills Health Region

    Prairie South School Division

    Physical Therapy

    Services

    Occupational

    Therapy Services

    Prairie South School Division

    Physical Therapy (limited to specific

    services only)

    Occupational Therapy (limited to specific

    services only)

    Speech Language

    Pathology

    Occupational

    Therapy

    Speech Language

    Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Speech Language Pathology

    Holy Trinity School Division

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs at tertiary centres.

    *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

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    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Five Hills Health Region:

    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional outpatient speech language pathology (SLP) services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Public Health Services office.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-691-1500. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Acute health episode speech language pathology services are not provided, however referrals are accepted from inpatient services for outpatient follow up.

    Specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment and management services are provided by the specialized service provider(s).

    KidsFirst: Families involved with the KidsFirst program access preschool SLP services directly through KidsFirst.

    Physical Therapy:

    Inpatient physical therapy services are provided to children while in hospital. A referral is generally not needed except for post-operative and acute respiratory conditions.

    Outpatient physical therapy services for developmental impairments are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Five Hills Health Region Paediatric Therapy Services team. School-aged children are seen on a limited basis when there has been an acute medical change which requires a therapy review or a block of treatment. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-694-0201 for an appointment for all services.

    Children of all ages with musculo-skeletal injuries may access services provided through the outpatient department of Therapy Services at the Moose Jaw Union Hospital or at rural therapy clinics. Caregivers may contact 306-694-0201 for an appointment for all services.

    Occupational Therapy:

    Inpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children while in hospital. A referral is generally not needed except for post-operative care.

    Children of all ages with musculo-skeletal injuries may access services provided through the outpatient department of Therapy Services at the Moose Jaw Union Hospital or at rural therapy clinics.

    Outpatient occupational therapy services for developmental impairments are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Five Hills Health Region Paediatric Therapy team. School-aged children are seen on a limited basis when there has been an acute medical change which requires a therapy review or a block of treatment. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-694-0201 for an appointment.

    Five Hills

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    HEARTLAND HEALTH REGION

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs. * Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

    Child Requiring Therapy Services

    Birth to 3 years

    of age

    3 – 5 years of age

    6 – 18 years of age

    Heartland Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    Occupational Therapy Services

    (very limited)

    Physical Therapy Services

    (very limited)

    Not Enrolled in School

    Heartland Health Region

    Enrolled in School*

    Heartland Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    Occupational Therapy Services

    (very limited)

    Physical Therapy Services

    (very limited)

    Heartland Health Region

    School Division Contact school

    division for services available

    Physical Therapy

    (very limited)

    School Division Contact school

    division for services available

    Physical Therapy

    (very limited) Speech

    Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Heartland

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.

    *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

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    Heartland

    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional outpatient speech language pathology services are provided to children from birth to school entry through Community Therapy Services.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-882-6413 Ext. 290. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment and management services are provided by the regional Speech Language Pathologist in consultation with the specialized service provider(s).

    Physical Therapy:

    A generalized assessment and treatment service in physical therapy is provided to all children through Community Therapy Services. Typically musculoskeletal and orthopaedic services are provided.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-822-6413 Ext.608.

    Occupational Therapy:

    A generalized assessment and treatment service in occupational therapy is provided to all children through Community Therapy Services.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-822-6413 Ext 608.

    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Heartland Health Region:

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    Keewatin YatthéRegional outpatient children’s services may be available from speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, and/or physical therapists visiting the health authority.

    Caregivers may request a current listing of services available by contacting 306-235-2220. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

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    Kelsey TrailKELSEY TRAIL HEALTH REGION

    Child Requiring Therapy Services

    Birth to 3 years

    of age

    3 – 5 years of age

    6 – 18 years of age

    Kelsey Trail Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    Not Enrolled in School

    Kelsey Trail Health Region

    Enrolled in School*

    Kelsey Trail Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    Kelsey Trail Health Region

    School Division Contact school

    division for services

    Physical Therapy

    Occupational Therapy

    School Division Contact school

    division for services

    Physical Therapy (acute/post op)

    Occupational Therapy

    (Acute/post op)

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.

    *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

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    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Kelsey Trail Health Region:

    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional outpatient speech language pathology services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Public Health Services office.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-752-1750. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Acute health episode speech language pathology services are not provided, however referrals are accepted from inpatient services for outpatient follow up. Specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment and management services are provided by the regional Speech Language Pathologist in consultation with the specialized service provider(s).

    Physical Therapy:

    Inpatient physical therapy services are provided to children by adult therapists while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician.

    Outpatient physical therapy services are provided to children from birth to 18 years of age through the Therapy Services department of the health region. A generalized assessment and treatment service in physical therapy is provided. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-752-1750 for an appointment.

    Limited regional follow up services are provided to children with specialized physical therapy programs.

    Occupational Therapy:

    Inpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician.

    Outpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Therapy Services department of the health region. A generalized assessment and treatment service in occupational therapy is provided. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-752-1750 for an appointment.

    Limited regional follow up services are provided to children with specialized physical therapy programs.

    Kelsey Trail

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    Mamawetan Churchill RiverMamawetan Churchill River Health Region

    Child Requiring Therapy Services

    Birth to 3 years of age

    3 – 5 years of age

    6 – 18 years of age

    MCRHR

    Speech Language Pathology

    Physical Therapy

    Not Enrolled in School

    MCRHR

    Enrolled in School*

    MCRHR

    Speech Language Pathology

    Physical Therapy

    MCRHR

    School Division Contact school

    division for services

    Physical Therapy

    School Division Contact school

    division for services

    Physical Therapy (acute/post op)

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Physical Therapy

    Physical Therapy

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs. *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, grade 1-12 program, and students up to 21 years and 11 months of age.

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    Mamawetan Churchill River

    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional outpatient speech language pathology services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the La Ronge Health Centre.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-425-8505. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Acute health episode speech language pathology services are not provided, however referrals are accepted from inpatient services for outpatient follow up. Specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment and management services are provided by the regional Speech Language Pathologist in consultation with the specialized service provider(s).

    Physical Therapy:

    Inpatient physical therapy services are provided to children by adult therapists while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician.

    Outpatient physical therapy services are provided to children from birth to 18 years of age through the Therapy Services department of the health region. A generalized assessment and treatment service in physical therapy is provided. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-425-8504 for an appointment.

    Limited regional follow up services are provided to children with specialized physical therapy programs.

    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Mamawetan Churchill River Health Region (MCRHR):

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    PRAIRIE NORTH HEALTH REGION

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs. * Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

    Child Requiring Therapy Services

    Birth to 3 years

    of age

    3 – 5 years of age

    6 – 18 years of age

    Prairie North Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    Not Enrolled in School

    Prairie North Health Region

    Enrolled in School*

    Prairie North Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    Prairie North Health Region

    School Divisions

    Contact school divisions for

    services Physical

    Therapy

    School Divisions Contact school

    divisions for services

    Physical Therapy

    Occupational Therapy

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Occupational Therapy

    Speech Language Pathology

    Prairie North

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.

    *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

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    Prairie NorthProgram Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Prairie North Health Region:

    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional outpatient speech language pathology services are provided to children from birth to school entry.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-446-5888 (North Battleford/Meadow Lake) or 306-820-6225 (Lloydminster). A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Inpatient speech language pathology services are not provided, however referrals are accepted from inpatient services for outpatient follow up.

    Specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment and management services are provided by the regional Speech Language Pathologist in consultation with the specialized service provider(s).

    Physical Therapy:

    Inpatient physical therapy services are provided to children while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician.

    Outpatient physical therapy services are provided to children from birth to school entry. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-446-5888 (North Battleford/Meadow Lake) or 306-820-6225 (Lloydminster) for an appointment.

    Children aged 6-18 years of age are provided limited assessment and follow up treatment focused on acute and specific conditions. Limited regional follow up services are provided to children with specialized physical therapy programs.

    Occupational Therapy:

    Inpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician. Outpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children from birth to school entry. No referral is required to

    access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-446-5888 (North Battleford/Meadow Lake) or 306-820-6225 (Lloydminster) for an appointment.

    Children aged 6-18 years of age are provided limited assessment and follow up treatment focused on acute and specific conditions. Limited regional follow up services are provided to children with specialized occupational therapy programs.

    Specialized Children’s Therapy Services:

    Prairie North Health Region provides specialized children’s therapy services through the Therapeutic Integrated Pediatric Services. Coordination of services for children with complex needs requiring multiple services may be provided by contacting 306-466-5888 (North Battleford/Meadow Lake) or 306-820-6225 (Lloydminster) for an appointment.

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    Prince Albert ParklandPRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND HEALTH REGION

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs. * Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

    How old is the child?

    Birth to 3

    years of age

    3 to 5 years

    of age

    5 to 8 years of age

    (Higher school priority)

    8 to 18 years of age

    (Limited school services)

    Child’s Local School For OT, SLP, PT,

    Psychology, Special Education Services and/or PAPHR for

    Mental Health issues

    Child’s Local School For OT, SLP, PT,

    Psychology, Special Education Services and/or PAPHR for

    Mental Health issues

    Not in PreKindergarten:

    PAPHR (SLP, OT, PT, ECP, PEDS

    team)

    In Prekindergarten:

    Local School’s SLP and/or

    PAPHR (OT, PT, ECP)

    Prince Albert Parkland Health

    Region (SLP, OT, PT, ECP, PEDS

    team)

    Abbreviations: PAPHR-Prince Albert Parkland Health Region SLP-Speech Language Pathologist (Speech Therapy) OT-Occupational Therapy PT-Physical Therapy ECP-Early Childhood Psychologist Ed Psych-Educational Psychologist SHAP-Saskatchewan Hearing Aid Plan CYDC-Child & Youth Developmental Clinic (School age team) PEDS Team-Pediatric Early Development Services team

    (PT, OT, SLP, and/or ECP

    Abbreviations:PAPHR - Prince Albert Parkland Health RegionOT - Occupational TherapyECP - Early Childhood PsychologistSHAP - Saskatchewan Hearing Aid PlanPEDS Team - Pediatric Early Development Services team (PT, OT, SLP, and/or ECP)

    SLP - Speech Language Pathologist (Speech Therapy)PT - Physical TherapyEd Psych - Educational PsychologistCYDC - Child & Youth Developmental Clinic (School age team)

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    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Prince Albert Parkland Health Region:

    Prince Albert Parkland

    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional outpatient speech language pathology services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Therapy Program.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-765-6126. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Inpatient speech language pathology services are limited to swallowing services, however referrals are accepted from inpatient services for outpatient follow up.

    Specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are provided by the Children’s Therapy Program. Follow up treatment and management services are provided through outpatient speech language pathology services.

    Physical Therapy:

    Inpatient physical therapy services are provided to children while in hospital with a referral from a health care provider.

    Outpatient physical therapy services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Children’s Therapy Program. Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-765-6126. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Children aged 6-18 years of age are provided one time assessments and follow up treatment for acute and post operative physical therapy.

    In school physical therapy services are provided by the Children’s Therapy Program to children 6-18 years of age through a contract with the Sask Rivers School Division. Please contact the school division for access to services for long term and chronic conditions.

    Occupational Therapy:

    Inpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children while in hospital with a referral from a health care provider.

    Outpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Children’s Therapy Program.

    Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-765-6126. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    Specialized Children’s Therapy Services:

    The Children’s Therapy Program provides specialized children’s therapy services in Adaptive Equipment, Early Development Assessment and Intervention, Specialized Seating, Assistive Technology, Swallowing, and Sensory Processing. Caregiver’s may contact the Children’s Therapy Program at 306-765-6126 for an appointment.

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    Prince Albert Parkland

    Concern Specialist(s) to refer to Birth - 3 Years3 - 5 Years NOT in Pre-Kindergarten

    3 - 5 years in Pre-Kindergarten 5 - 18 Years (in school)

    Speech - Clarity/hard to understand

    SLP PAPHR PAPHR Child’s School SLP Child’s School SLP

    Speech - Stutters SLP PAPHR PAPHR Child’s School SLP Child’s School SLP

    Language - late talker/not talking much

    SLP PAPHR PAPHR Child’s School SLP Child’s School SLP

    Language - poor listening/comprehension

    SLP PAPHR PAPHR Child’s School SLP Child’s School SLP

    Behaviour - (often have emotional, cognitive, sensory, and/or language components)

    ECP and SLPand OT

    PAPHR PAPHR Child’s School SLPPAPHR OT, ECP

    Child’s School Ed. Psychologist, OT, SLP, Behavioural consultant, PAPHR Mental Health

    Mobility - difficulty moving, walking, quality of moving, clumsy

    PT and/orOT

    PAPHR PAPHR PAPHR School OT; Very Limited PT services at school or through Health; maybe private services available

    Play Skills Psychologist, OT, SLP

    PAPHR PAPHR PAPHR-ECP, OT; Child’s school SLP

    Child’s School Ed. Psychologist, SLP, OT, Special Ed Consultants/teachers

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    Prince Albert Parkland

    Concern Specialist(s) to refer to Birth - 3 Years3 - 5 Years NOT in Pre-Kindergarten

    3 - 5 years in Pre-Kindergarten 5 - 18 Years (in school)

    Fine motor skills (use of hands and eyes)

    OT PAPHR PAPHR PAPHR

    Hearing assessment AudiologistPrince Albert

    Carlton Trail Hearing Clinic - South Hill Mall, 2995 2nd Ave West (306) 922-0003Hearing Services - Victoria Square - 2345 10th Ave West (306) 953-8932Saskatchewan Hearing Aid Plan - McIntosh Mall, 800 Central Avenue (306) 765-6520

    Developmental delay Psychologist, SLP, OT, and/or PT

    PAPHRECP or PEDS team

    PAPHRECP or PEDS team

    PAPHR ECP, OT, PT, School SLP

    Child’s school Ed Psychologist, SLP, OT, Special Ed. ConsultantsWill refer to PAPHR CHILD and YOUTH cognitive Clinic as needed

    Social-emotional skills Psychology, OT, SLP

    PAPHR ECP, OT, SLP or PEDS Team

    PAPHR ECP, OT, SLP or PEDS Team

    PAPHR ECP, OT, School SLP

    Child’s school Ed Psychologist, SLP, OT, Special Ed. ConsultantsPAPHR Mental Health if needed

    Activities of daily living challenges - eating/feeding/swallowing

    Feeding team Infants only inpatients - PAPHR SLP; all others: Saskatoon

    Saskatoon feeding teams

    Saskatoon feeding teams

    Saskatoon feeding teams

    Activities of daily living - Toileting

    No specialists known

    Pediatricians Pediatricians Pediatricians Pediatricians

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    Concern Specialist(s) to refer to Birth - 3 Years3 - 5 Years NOT in Pre-Kindergarten

    3 - 5 years in Pre-Kindergarten 5 - 18 Years (in school)

    Activities of daily living - Dressing

    Occupational Therapists

    PAPHR OT PAPHR OT PAPHR OT Child’s school OT

    Autism diagnosis ASD teams PAPHR PEDS team

    PAPHR PEDS team PAPHR PEDS team and/or Child and Youth School team

    Child and Youth School Team

    Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Diagnosis

    FASD teams PAPHR PEDS team

    PAPHR PEDS team PAPHR PEDS team and/or Child and Youth school team

    Child and Youth school team

    Genetic Disorders - Diagnoses Geneticist Saskatoon Saskatoon Saskatoon Saskatoon

    Genetic Disorders - Developmental Therapy

    SLP and/or OT and/or PT and/or Psychologist

    PAPHR PEDS team

    PAPHR PEDS team PAPHR-ECP, OT, PT, Child’s school SLP

    Child’s school teaching staff, SLP, OT, PT, Ed Psychologist

    Cleft Lip and Palate Cleft lip and Palate team and local SLP

    Saskatoon CLP team for surgery, checkups; PAPHR SLPs for therapy

    Saskatoon CLP team for surgery, checkups; PAPHR SLPs for therapy

    Saskatoon CLP team for surgery, checkups; Child’s school SLPs for therapy

    Saskatoon CLP team for surgery, checkups; Child’s school SLPs for therapy

    Prince Albert Parkland

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    Concern Specialist(s) to refer to Birth - 3 Years3 - 5 Years NOT in Pre-Kindergarten

    3 - 5 years in Pre-Kindergarten 5 - 18 Years (in school)

    Cerebral Palsy PT, OT, and/or SLP

    PAPHR; Maybe Saskatoon consultations

    PAPHR; Maybe Saskatoon consultations

    PAPHR-PT, OT School SLP

    School OT, PT, SLP Maybe consultations with Saskatoon ABCDP

    Prince Albert Parkland

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    Regina Qu’Appelle

    RQHR Not Enrolled in School

    Speech Language Pathology

    3-5 years of age 6-18 years of ageBirth to 3 years of

    age

    RQHR School Divisions

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    Occupational Therapy

    (Specialized Services)

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    More than one rehab

    therapy

    Public Health

    Children’s Program

    Children’s Program

    Children’s Program

    Children’s Program

    Enrolled in School

    Child Requiring Therapy

    RQHR

    OccupationalTherapy Services

    Speech Language Pathology

    Physical Therapy Services

    Public Health

    Children’s Program

    Children’s Program

    Community Therapy

    RQHRSchool

    Divisions

    Speech Language Pathology

    Regional Children’s Therapy ServicesRegina Qu’Appelle Health Region

    Physical Therapy Services

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Child & Youth

    Child & Youth

    Community Therapy

    Children’s Program

    Community Therapy

    Community Therapy

    ** Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children's Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.

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    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region (RQHR):

    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional outpatient speech language pathology services are provided:• To children residing in the city of

    Regina from birth to school entry through Children’s Program at Wascana Rehabilitation Centre (WRC). Caregivers may request these services by contacting Children's Program at 306-766-5710. Physician referral is not required.

    • To children residing in the North Central area of Regina through Children's Program at Four Directions Community Health Centre. Caregivers may request these services by contacting Four Directions at 306-766-7544. Physician referral is not required.

    • To rural RQHR children from birth to school entry through Public and Population Health Services. Caregivers may request these services by contacting RQHR Public and Population Health Services at 306-766-7706. Physician referral is not required.

    • To children from birth to school entry through Child and Youth Services. Caregivers may request these services by contacting RQHR Child and Youth Services at 306-766-6700. Physician referral is not required.

    • To children eligible to receive services through the Kids First program and the Developmental Assessment Clinic.

    • To children admitted to hospital in Regina, from birth to 12 years of age, with feeding and swallowing concerns or complex communication issues. Physician referral is required

    Specialized Speech Language Pathology:

    Specialized speech language pathology services offered are: • Feeding and swallowing, video

    fluoroscopy, nasometry, assistive technology and augmentative communication systems through the Children’s Program, WRC. Caregivers may request these services by contacting Children's Program at 306-766-5710.

    • Second opinion tertiary services and clinics* are offered through the Children’s Program for assessment, diagnosis, consultation, and/or ongoing services, case management and support. Contact number is 306-766-5710.

    • Diagnostic assessment and consultation are offered through the Cognitive Disabilities Program and the Autism Program through Child and Youth Services. Contact number 306-766-6700. The Autism Program also provides direct therapy for preschool children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Contact number 306-766-6700.

    • Consultation, mentoring and support are available from specialized service providers to the regional service providers on request.

    *Clinics - Down Syndrome, Cleft Lip and Palate, and Rehabilitation

    Regina Qu’Appelle

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    Physical Therapy:Regional physical therapy services are provided:• To children from birth to 18 years of age

    through the Children’s Program, WRC, who meet the mandate of the program. Caregivers may request these services by contacting Children's Program at 306-766-5710. Physician referral is not required.

    • To rural RQHR children from birth to 18 years of age for non-complex issues through Community Therapy services. Physician referral is not required. Contact number 306-766-7301.

    • To children eligible to receive services through the Developmental Assessment Clinic.

    • To children from birth to 18 years of age admitted to hospital in Regina requiring inpatient physical therapy services.

    Specialized Physical Therapy Services:Specialized physical therapy services are provided through Children's Program, WRC for:• Seating, adaptive equipment, and

    specialized splinting. Caregivers may request these services by contacting Children's Program at 306-766-5710.

    • Second opinion tertiary services and clinics* are offered for assessment, diagnosis, consultation, and/or ongoing services, case management and support. Contact number 306-766-5710.

    • Consultation, mentoring and support are available from specialized service provider to the regional service provider on request.

    *Clinics - Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida, Rehabilitation, Amputee, Neuromuscular, Orthopedic

    Occupational Therapy:Regional occupational therapy services are provided: • To children from birth to 18 years of age

    through the Children’s Program, WRC, who meet the mandate of the program. Caregivers may request these services by contacting Children's Program at 306-766-5710. Physician referral is not required.

    • To children eligible to receive services through the Developmental Assessment Clinic.

    • To children from birth to 18 years of age admitted to hospital in Regina requiring inpatient occupational therapy services.

    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region (continued):

    Regina Qu’Appelle

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    Specialized Occupational Therapy Services:

    Specialized occupational therapy services are provided for:• Seating, adaptive equipment, feeding

    and swallowing, specialized splinting and assistive technology is offered through Children's Program. Contact number 306-766-5710. Physician referral is not required.

    • Second opinion tertiary services and clinics* are offered through the Children’s Program for assessment, diagnosis, consultation, and/or ongoing services, case management and support. Contact number 306-766-5710.

    • Diagnostic assessment and consultation are offered through the Cognitive Disabilities Program through Child and Youth Services. Contact number 306-766-6700.

    • Consultation, mentoring and support are available from specialized service providers to the regional service provider on request.

    *Clinics - Down Syndrome, Spina Bifida, Rehabilitation, Amputee, Neuromuscular, Orthopedic

    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region (continued):

    Regina Qu’Appelle

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    SASKATOON HEALTH REGION Regional Services

    Child Requiring Therapy Services

    Birth to 3 years of age

    3 – 5 years of age

    6 – 18 years of age

    Saskatoon Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    Not Enrolled in School

    Saskatoon Health Region

    Enrolled in School

    Saskatoon Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    School

    Divisions

    School Divisions

    Physical Therapy Services

    Public Health

    Royal University Hospital

    Community Services

    Rural Community

    Services

    Royal University Hospital

    Community Services

    Royal University Hospital

    Mental Health & Addictions –Child & Youth

    Public Health

    Royal University Hospital

    Mental Health & Addictions –Child & Youth

    Community Services

    Rural Community

    Services

    Royal University Hospital

    Community Services

    Royal University Hospital

    Saskatoon Health Region

    Physical Therapy Services

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Speech Language Pre K

    Urban

    School Wellness

    Team

    School Wellness

    Team

    SmithWick Physiotherapy

    Rural Community

    Services

    Community Services

    Rural Community

    Services

    Community Services

    Rural Community

    Services

    Rural Community

    Services

    *Child Development Program (ABCDP) refers to the Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program located at the Kinsmen Children’s Center (KCC). Our children display or are at significant risk for developmental, cognitive and/or physical challenges. Private therapy services are available in the Saskatoon Community

    Child Development

    Program (ABCDP)*

    SmithWick Physiotherapy

    SmithWick Physiotherapy

    Child Development

    Program (ABCDP)*

    Saskatoon Regional Services

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    Speech Language Pathology:

    Regional speech language pathology services are provided to:• Children residing in the city of

    Saskatoon from birth to school entry through Speech Language Pathology, Royal University Hospital. Caregivers may request these services by contacting the department at 306-655-2434. A physician referral is not required.

    • Children residing in the rural area of Saskatoon Health Region from birth to school entry through Speech Language Pathology, Public Health Services. Caregivers may request these services by contacting the department at 306-655-4700. A physician referral is not required.

    • Children from birth to school entry with an associated mental health and/or behavioural problem through Child and Youth Services. Caregivers can request these services by contacting SHR Child and Youth Services at 306-655-5721. A physician referral is not required.

    • Children admitted to Royal University Hospital from birth to 12 years of age, with feeding and swallowing concerns or complex communication issues. Referral from one of the inter-professional hospital team is required.

    Specialized Speech Language Pathology:

    Specialized speech language pathology services offered are:• Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic at

    306-655-2922 and the Gastrostomy Tube Clinic at 306-655-2208 located at Royal University Hospital.

    • Videofluoroscopy at Royal University Hospital. These services may be requested by contacting 306-655-2434.

    • Specialized children’s speech language pathology at the Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program (ABCDP). Referrals are accepted from family or guardians, physicians or other health care providers for children who display or are at risk for significant developmental, cognitive and/or

    physical challenges. All referrals are assessed through an intake process to determine if the child meets the ABCDP mandate. Caregivers may request these services by contacting ABCDP intake at 306-655-1070.

    • Specialized children’s team assessments involving the paediatrician at the Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program (ABCDP). A team assessment requires a physician referral. These services may be requested by contacting ABCDP intake at 306-655-1070.

    For more detailed information please refer to the following chart.

    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Saskatoon Health Region:

    Saskatoon

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    Physical Therapy:

    Regional physical therapy services are provided to:• Children birth to 18 years of age with

    orthopaedic, plastics and rheumatology concerns or deficits in movement and function as a result of illness or injury that are not associated with a developmental delay through Royal University Hospital outpatient services. Services may be requested by contacting 306-655-2431.

    • Children birth to 18 years of age with orthopaedic, plastics and rheumatology concerns or deficits in movement and function as a result of illness or injury that are not associated with a developmental delay through Rural Community Therapy Services at 306-232-8234 and Community Services at 306-655-3400.

    • Children admitted to Royal University Hospital from birth to 12 years of age. Referral from one of the inter-professional hospital team is required.

    Specialized Physical Therapy:

    Specialized physical therapy services offered are:• For children with bleeding disorders

    through the Bleeding Disorders Program at Royal University Hospital. The program can be contacted at 306-655-6504. Referral by a haematologist is required.

    • Specialized children’s physical therapy at the Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program (ABCDP). Referrals are accepted from family or guardians, physicians or other health care providers for children who display or are at risk for significant developmental, cognitive and/or physical challenges. All referrals are assessed through an intake process to determine if the child meets the ABCDP mandate. Caregivers may request these services by contacting ABCDP intake at 306-655-1070.

    • Specialized children’s team assessments involving the paediatrician at the Alvin

    Buckwold Child Development Program (ABCDP). A team assessment requires a physician referral. These services may be requested by contacting ABCDP intake at 306-655-1070.

    For more detailed information please refer to the following chart.

    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Saskatoon Health Region (Continued):

    Saskatoon

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    Occupational Therapy:

    Regional occupational therapy services are provided:• To children birth to 18 years of age with

    orthopaedic, plastics and rheumatology concerns or deficits in movement and function as a result of illness or injury that are not associated with a developmental delay through Royal University Hospital outpatient services. Services may be requested by contacting 306-655-2438.

    • To children birth to 18 years of age with orthopaedic, plastics and rheumatology concerns or deficits in movement and function as a result of illness or injury that are not associated with a developmental delay through Rural Community Therapy Services at 306-232-8234 and Community Services at 306-655-3400. A physician’s referral is required.

    • To children admitted to Royal University Hospital from birth to 12 years of age. Referral from one of the inter-professional hospital team is required.

    Specialized Occupational Therapy:

    Specialized Occupational therapy services offered are:• Specialized children’s physical

    therapy at the Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program (ABCDP). Referrals are accepted from family or guardians, physicians or other health care providers for children who display or are at risk for significant developmental, cognitive and/or physical challenges. All referrals are assessed through an intake process to determine if the child meets the ABCDP mandate. Caregivers may request these services by contacting ABCDP intake at 306-655-1070.

    • Specialized children’s team assessments involving the paediatrician at the Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program (ABCDP). A team assessment requires a physician referral. These services may be requested by contacting ABCDP intake at 306-655-1070.

    For more detailed information please refer to the following chart.

    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Saskatoon Health Region (continued):

    Saskatoon

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    Saskatoon

    SASKATOON HEALTH REGION Specialized Services

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs. * Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

    Child Requires Specialized Therapy

    Services

    Child Development Program (ABCDP)

    RUH Pediatric Outpatients

    Clinics

    Tertiary Assessment

    Augmentative Alternative

    Clinic – this includes a series

    of workshops for team and ongoing support for child’s

    team at clinics

    Feeding Clinic

    Tertiary Interdisciplinary

    Neuromotor Team

    Down Syndrome ABCD

    Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

    Communicative Interaction

    Disorder

    Tertiary Assessment

    SLP – Swallowing Assessments

    Tertiary Clinic Tertiary

    Interdisciplinary

    Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic

    Bleeding Disorders Clinic

    G-Tube Clinic

    Our children display, or are at significant risk for, developmental, cognitive

    and/or physical challenges.

    Development Team

    Botox

    Spasticity Orthopedic

    Clinic

    Hand Clinic Muscular Dystrophy

    Metabolic

    Spinal Cord

    Brain Injury

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.

    *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

    Specialized Services

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    Specialized Children’s Therapy Services:

    Saskatoon

    Specialized services within Saskatoon Health Region are primarily provided at two locations: the Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program (ABCDP) and Royal Univeristy Hospital (RUH).

    The Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program* (ABCDP) provides specialized children’s therapy services in speech language pathology, physical therapy,

    and occupational therapy as well as interdisciplinary team assessment, diagnosis and consultation. These children display or are at risk for significant development, cognitive and/or physical challenges. All referrals are assessed through an intake process to decide if the child meets ABCDP mandate. Team assessments involving the pediatrician at ABCDP require physician referral. Therapy

    services are open to referrals from family or guardians, physicians or other health care providers.

    *the Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program (ABCDP) is located at Kinsmen Children Centre (KCC), 1319 Colony Street, Saskatoon.

    Concern Specialist(s) to Refer to: Birth to 3 Years3-5 Years - Not in Pre-Kindergarten

    3-5 Years - In Pre-Kindergarten

    5-18 years -In School

    Autism Communication Interaction Disorder Team ABCDP

    Child and Youth Services Mental Health and Addictions Services

    Autism Services Saskatoon

    ABCDP 306-655-1070 Must be referred by a physician

    Autism Services Saskatoon 306-665-7013

    ABCDP 306-655-1070 Must be referred by a physician

    Autism Services Saskatoon 306-665-7013

    ABCDP 306-655-1070 Must be referred by a physician

    Autism Services Saskatoon 306-665-7013

    School Team

    Child and Youth Services Mental Health and Addictions ServicesAutism Services Saskatoon 306-665-7013

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    Saskatoon

    Concern Specialist(s) to Refer to: Birth to 3 Years3-5 Years - Not in Pre-Kindergarten

    3-5 Years - In Pre-Kindergarten

    5-18 years -In School

    Bleeding Disorders Bleeding Disorders Team, RUH

    Bleeding Disorders Team RUH 306-655-6504 Must be referred by a hematologist

    Bleeding Disorders Team RUH 306-655-6504 Must be referred by a hematologist

    Bleeding Disorders Team RUH 306-655-6504 Must be referred by a hematologist

    Bleeding Disorders Team RUH 306-655-6504 Must be referred by a hematologist

    Brain Injury Brain Injury Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    School TeamsABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    Cerebral Palsy Neuromotor Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    School TeamsABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic for all children

    Cleft Lip & Palate Team, RUH

    RUH 306-966-2922Must be referred by a physician

    RUH 306-966-2922Must be referred by a physician

    RUH 306-966-2922Must be referred by a physician

    RUH 306-966-2922Must be referred by a physician

    Communication: Augmentative Alternative (AAC) - cannot communicate with words

    AAC Team, ABCDP ABCDP 306-655-1070 ABCDP 306-655-1070 ABCDP 306-655-1070 ABCDP 306-655-1070

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    Saskatoon

    Concern Specialist(s) to Refer to: Birth to 3 Years3-5 Years - Not in Pre-Kindergarten

    3-5 Years - In Pre-Kindergarten

    5-18 years -In School

    Developmental Delay or at risk for significant developemental delay seeking team assessment or diagnosis

    Developmental Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    Developmental Delay or at risk for significant developemental delay (i.e. cerebral palsy, FAS, autism, down syndrome, neuromotor disorders) seeking therapy services

    Speech Language Pathologist, ABCDP

    Physical Therapist, ABCDP

    Occupational Therapist, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    School Team

    School Team

    School Team

    Down Syndrome Adaptive Behaviour and Cognitive Disability Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

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    Saskatoon

    Concern Specialist(s) to Refer to: Birth to 3 Years3-5 Years - Not in Pre-Kindergarten

    3-5 Years - In Pre-Kindergarten

    5-18 years -In School

    Eating/feeding/swallowing with developmental delay and no G-tube

    Eating/feeding/swallowing with developmental delay and feeding tube.

    Eating/feeding/swallowing without developmental delay

    Feeding Clinic, ABCDP

    Speech-Language Pathologists, RUH

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    Speech-Language Pathologists, RUH 306-655-2434

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    Speech-Language Pathologists, RUH 306-655-2434

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    Speech-Language Pathologists, RUH 306-655-2434

    ABCDP 306-655-1070

    Speech-Language Pathologists, RUH 306-655-2434

    Fetal Alcohol Syndrome FAS Team, ABCDP ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    G tube, typical children and children with developmental delay

    RUH G-Tube team RUH G-Tube Team 306-655-2208 Must be referred by a physician

    RUH G-Tube Team 306-655-2208 Must be referred by a physician

    RUH G-Tube Team 306-655-2208 Must be referred by a physician

    RUH G-Tube Team 306-655-2208 Must be referred by a physician

    Hand Clinic, children with developmental delay

    Hand Clinic, ABCDP ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

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    Saskatoon

    Concern Specialist(s) to Refer to: Birth to 3 Years3-5 Years - Not in Pre-Kindergarten

    3-5 Years - In Pre-Kindergarten

    5-18 years -In School

    Intellectual Disability; conditions associated with an intellectual disability

    Adaptive Behaviour & Cognitive Disability Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    Urban Saskatoon Speech-Language Pathologist

    RUH Speech-Language Pathology Dept 306-655-2434

    RUH Speech-Language Pathology Dept 306-655-2434

    RUH Speech-Language Pathology Dept 306-655-2434

    School SLP

    Rural Saskatoon Health Region

    Speech-Language Pathologist

    Public Health Services 306-655-4700

    Public Health Services 306-655-4700

    School SLP or Public Health Services 306-655-4700

    School SLP

    Specific speech and language concerns associated with mental health concerns or behaviour concerns

    Speech-Language Pathologist

    Mental Health & Addiction Services; Child & Youth 306-655-5721

    Mental Health & Addiction Services; Child & Youth 306-655-5721

    Mental Health & Addiction Services; Child & Youth 306-655-5721

    School SLP

    Metabolic Concerns Metabolic Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

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    Saskatoon

    Concern Specialist(s) to Refer to: Birth to 3 Years3-5 Years - Not in Pre-Kindergarten

    3-5 Years - In Pre-Kindergarten

    5-18 years -In School

    Muscular Dystrophy Muscular Dystrophy Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    Neuromotor Disorders i.e. cerebral palsy; head shape, brachial plexus

    Neuromotor Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    Orthopedic concerns with developmental delays

    Orthopedic Clinic, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    Orthopedic concerns without developmental delays

    Physical Therapists RUH Physical Therapy Dept 306-655-2431

    RUH Physical Therapy Dept 306-655-2431

    RUH Physical Therapy Dept 306-655-2431

    RUH Physical Therapy Dept 306-655-2431

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    Concern Specialist(s) to Refer to: Birth to 3 Years3-5 Years - Not in Pre-Kindergarten

    3-5 Years - In Pre-Kindergarten

    5-18 years -In School

    Recent acute illness or injury resulting in deficits in movement or function and not associated with a developmental delay

    Occupational Therapists

    RUH Occupational Therapy Dept 306-655-2438

    Community Services 306-655-3400

    Rural Community Therapy Services 306-232-8234

    Smithwick’s Physiotherapy Clinic 306-644-3270 (Limited public funding)

    RUH Physical Therapy Dept 306-655-2431

    RUH Occupational Therapy Dept 306-655-2438

    Community Services 306-655-3400

    Rural Community Therapy Services 306-232-8234

    Smithwick’s Physiotherapy Clinic 306-644-3270 (Limited public funding)

    RUH Physical Therapy Dept 306-655-2431

    RUH Occupational Therapy Dept 306-655-2438

    Community Services 306-655-3400

    Rural Community Therapy Services 306-232-8234

    Smithwick’s Physiotherapy Clinic 306-644-3270 (Limited public funding)

    RUH Physical Therapy Dept 306-655-2431

    RUH Occupational Therapy Dept 306-655-2438

    Community Services 306-655-3400

    Rural Community Therapy Services 306-232-8234

    Smithwick’s Physiotherapy Clinic 306-644-3270 (Limited public funding)

    Spasticity, Botox Clinic Spasticity, Botox Team*

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070Must be referred by a physician

    Saskatoon

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    Concern Specialist(s) to Refer to: Birth to 3 Years3-5 Years - Not in Pre-Kindergarten

    3-5 Years - In Pre-Kindergarten

    5-18 years -In School

    Specialized Seating (children with developmental delays)

    Specialized seating (children not associated with developmental delay)

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    Physical Therapist*; Occupational Therapist*

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    Occupational Therapist*

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    OT/PT ABCDP306-655-1070

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    RUH Occupational Therapy Dept306-655-2438

    Community Services 306-655-3400

    Rural Community Therapy Services 306-232-8234

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    OT/PT ABCDP306-655-1070

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    RUH Occupational Therapy Dept306-655-2438

    Community Services 306-655-3400

    Rural Community Therapy Services 306-232-8234

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    OT/PT ABCDP306-655-1070

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    RUH Occupational Therapy Dept306-655-2438

    Community Services 306-655-3400

    Rural Community Therapy Services 306-232-8234

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    PT ABCDP306-655-1070

    Saskatchewan Abilities Council (SAC)

    RUH Occupational Therapy Dept306-655-2438

    Community Services 306-655-3400

    Rural Community Therapy Services 306-232-8234

    Spinal Cord Spinal Cord Team, ABCDP

    ABCDP 306-655-1070 Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070 Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070 Must be referred by a physician

    ABCDP 306-655-1070 Must be referred by a physician

    Saskatoon

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    Sun Country

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.

    *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

    SUN COUNTRY HEALTH REGION

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.* Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

    Child Requiring Therapy Services

    Birth to 3 years

    of age

    3 – 5 years of age

    6 – 18 years of age

    Sun Country Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    Not Enrolled in School

    Enrolled in School *

    Sun Country Health Region

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    School Division Contact school

    division for services available

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    School Division Contact school

    division for services available

    Sun Country Health Region

    Physical Therapy Services

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    Sun Country Health Region

    Physical Therapy Services

    Occupational Therapy

    Occupational Therapy

    Occupational Therapy

    Occupational Therapy

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    Program Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Sun Country Health Region:

    Speech Language Pathology:• Regional outpatient speech language

    pathology services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Mental Health Services office.

    • Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-842-8684 in Weyburn and 306-637-3646 in Estevan. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    • Acute health episode speech language pathology services are not provided, however referrals are accepted from inpatient services for outpatient follow up.

    • Specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment and management services are provided by the regional Speech Language Pathologist in consultation with the specialized service provider(s).

    Physical Therapy:• Inpatient physical therapy services are

    provided to children while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician.

    • Outpatient physical therapy services are provided to children from birth to 18 years of age through the Therapy Services department of the health region. A generalized assessment and treatment service in physical therapy is provided. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-842-8460 (Weyburn) or 306-637-2410 (Estevan) for an appointment.

    Occupational Therapy: • Inpatient occupational therapy services

    are provided to children while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician.

    • Outpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Therapy Services department of the health region. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-842-8460 (Weyburn) or 306-637-2410 (Estevan) for an appointment.

    Sun Country

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    Sunrise

    SUNRISE HEALTH REGION

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.* Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

    Child Requiring Therapy Services

    Birth To Kindergarten

    Entry

    6-18 years Out of school

    services

    6 – 18 years In school Services

    Sunrise Health Region

    Children’s Therapy Program

    Speech Language Pathology Services

    Occupational Therapy Services

    Physical Therapy Services

    Christ the Teacher Catholic School Division

    Contact school division for services

    Sunrise Health Region Children’s

    Therapy and Community Programs

    Occupational Therapy Services Acute/post-op/ one time assessments

    Physical Therapy Services

    Acute/post-op/one time assessments

    Good Spirit School Division

    Contact school division for services

    Speech Language Pathology

    Physical Therapy Sunrise Children’s Therapy Program

    Contract

    Occupational Therapy

    Sunrise Children’s Therapy Program

    Contract

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Horizon School Division

    Contact school division for services

    Speech Language Pathology

    Occupational Therapy

    Note: Clients must access and exhaust all Regional Children’s Therapy Services prior to referral to specialized programs.

    *Enrolled in school: attends a school division early entrance program, Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten or grade 1-12 program.

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    SunriseProgram Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Sunrise Health Region:

    Speech Language Pathology:• Regional outpatient speech language

    pathology services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Children’s Therapy Program.

    • Caregivers may request these services by contacting 306-786-0178. A doctor’s referral is not required to access services.

    • Inpatient speech language pathology services are not provided, however referrals are accepted from inpatient services for outpatient follow up.

    • Specialized speech language pathology services such as feeding and swallowing, and video fluoroscopy are referred to Tertiary Clinics and/or Assessments. Follow up treatment and management services are provided by the regional Speech Language Pathologist in consultation with the specialized service provider(s).

    Physical Therapy:• Inpatient physical therapy services are

    provided to children while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician.

    • Outpatient physical therapy services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Children’s Therapy Program of the health region. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-786-0178 for an appointment.

    • Children aged 6-18 years of age are provided one time assessments and follow up treatment for acute and post operative physical therapy.

    • Physical therapy services are provided in school by the Children’s Therapy Program to children 6-18 years of age through a contract with the school division. Please contact the school division for access to services for long term and chronic conditions.

    Occupational Therapy:• Inpatient occupational therapy services

    are provided to children while in hospital with a referral from the attending physician.

    • Outpatient occupational therapy services are provided to children from birth to school entry through the Children’s Therapy Program of the health region. No referral is required to access outpatient services. Caregivers may contact 306-786-0178 for an appointment.

    • Children aged 6-18 years of age are provided one time assessments and follow up treatment for acute and post operative occupational therapy.

    • In school occupational therapy services are provided by the Children’s Therapy Program to children 6-18 years of age through a contract with the school division. Please contact the school division for access to services for long term and chronic conditions in children ages 6-18 years.

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    Specialized Children’s Therapy Services:

    The Children’s Therapy Program of the Sunrise Health Region provides specialized children’s therapy services in Adaptive Equipment, Developmental Assessment, Specialized Seating, Assistive Technology, and Prosthetics Orthotics. Caregiver’s may contact the Children’s Therapy Program at 306-786-0178 to request services.

    SunriseProgram Descriptions and Access to Rehabilitation Therapy Services for Children in Sunrise Health Region: