Including All Children and Families – Expanding Partnerships is a multi-faceted project centred around children with diagnosed disabilities, developmental delays, or who are at risk for developmental delays. The project is broken down into five separate studies of different sizes and conducted with different data collection methodologies.
The Social Inclusion Project was created to identify the challenged faced by families with young children who are at risk for developmental delays or with special needs. The project created materials and resources to help document the ways in which families experience barriers within their communities in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland.
Assessment Workshop, a conference that explores the many different formal and informal ways of assessing children’s cognitive, physical, motor, language and social-emotional development, have been held each year since 2003. Here you’ll find the presentations and insights of early childhood educators, health and mental health professionals and professors.
The Consortium for Health, Intervention, Learning and Development (CHILD) Project was a team of academic researchers and community professionals from across BC looking at early screen and intervention, ECD in aboriginal communities, policy contexts of ECD and program interventions for children and families.