Northern Rockies Child Development Association

Home Support

Families are supported in strengthening family relationships and increasing healthy communication patterns, while possibilities are explored for addressing the issues presented.

Home support provides assistance with:

  • Building healthy family relationships.
  • Supporting families to discover ways of finding their own solutions.
  • Make positive choices and decisions about family situations.
  • Parenting skills.
  • Safety planning regarding family violence.
  • Stress management.
  • Accessing community resources.
  • Connecting with your strengths and wisdom.
  • Increase self-awareness.
  • Parenting children with support needs and autism.
  • Navigating the funding and support systems of children with support needs and autism.

Education and support are provided in parenting attachment and individual development:

  • Meeting adult and child needs
  • Encouraging play
  • Healthy Attachment
  • Respectful communication
  • Effective discipline
  • Self-Regulation
  • Parenting challenges and questions when raising and parenting children with support needs and autism.

Ministry of Children and Family Development-referred, supervised visits provide an opportunity for children and parents to spend time together in a safe and healthy environment. It provides coaching, modelling, and education in order to assist parents to:

  • Strengthen their parenting knowledge and abilities.
  • Learn healthy communication skills.
  • Understand and meet their children’s needs.
  • Strengthen their relationship with their children.
  • Understand the reasons why visitation requires supervision.

For Information or to Connect With the Family Resource Navigator

Referrals for Service

  • Referrals to services may be made by parents, guardians, public health nurses, doctors, or other professionals.
  • Referrals may be made in person at 5012 Airport Drive, by phone at (250) 774-2596, by fax at (250) 774-2831, or by downloading a referral form and submitting it to [email protected]
Northern Rockies Child Development Association