Aboriginal Infant Development
The mission of the Aboriginal Infant Development Programs is to honour this gift given to you by the Creator by supporting the development of Aboriginal children within the context of the family, community, and culture by offering access to culturally-appropriate early intervention and prevention support programs.
We are a voluntary and family centered program. Our staff work with you to best meet your family’s needs, whether they are best met in home, in group or educational programs, our services are offered in a partnership approach to suit your family’s individuality and uniqueness.
Our staff can provide developmental screening and assessments and offer individualized activity plans that support each child’s healthy development.
Our goal is to provide services to Aboriginal babies and toddlers who require extra support due to physical, social, intellectual, emotional and developmental challenges.
Am I eligible?
If you are Aboriginal (First Nations, Metis, or Inuit) and live between Chehalis and Boothroyd, living on or off reserve and have a child between the ages of 0 and 3 years of age that requires extra support due to physical, social, intellectual, emotional and developmental challenges you are eligible to receive this service.
How can I access this service?
For more information about the Aboriginal Infant Development contact:
Support Our Work
This service and all Seabird Island Band led services welcome donations.
Every donation makes an impact: every dollar helps. All funds donated will go directly to the service and programs of the Seabird Island Band.
Your donation will help First Nations families and support our goals to:
- Improve the health, living standards, and wellbeing of First Nations families,
- Create educational opportunities for First Nations people of all ages and education levels,
- Confront social and economical challenges First Nations people are faced with.