In this section, you will find resources related to case management. These will be organizations and professionals that can assist families in navigating the system to get the supports they need. Case managers collaborate with families and other organizations to coordinate supports, ensuring families are accessing, and are benefiting from, the resources available to them.
Family Supports for Children with Disabilities provides support to Yukon families to care for their child with a disability, supports early intervention to increase a child’s lifelong learning potential, provides coordinated access to supports and interventions, and promotes inclusion of children with disabilities in community life. It can provide funding for things like respite, family […]
This program, provided through Manitoba Department of Families, supports families who are raising a child (or children) with developmental and physical disabilities, to meet some of the additional needs they may have.
The Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) Program gives a wide range of family-centred supports and services. Services are meant to help strengthen a families’ ability to promote their child’s healthy development and encourage their child’s participation in activities at home and in the community.
The PEI AccessAbility Supports Program is the new and expanded provincial program replacing the former Disability Supports Program. AccessAbility Supports provides assistance to Islanders living with physical, intellectual, neurological, sensory and mental disabilities. It provides 5 kinds of support: Personal, Housing, Community, Caregiver, and Financial.
The At Home Program (AHP) is intended to assist parents or guardians with some of the extraordinary costs of caring for a child with severe disabilities at home.
The New Brunswick Family Supports for Children with Disabilities Program is a program that provides social work support and financial resources to families to help with the care and support for the special developmental needs of their child with a disability. Services are intended to strengthen families and support parents in caring for their children.