Infant Development Program
Intervening early to improve development
We provide early intervention support to families with a child up to three years of age.
Sometimes children are slow to reach development milestone such as sitting unsupported, playing with toys, walking and talking. During the first three years of a child’s life, important learning takes place during play and everyday experiences. The role of parents/caregivers is that of the child’s first teacher. Our infant development consultant works with parents to develop a program of activities to encourage the development of physical, social, emotional, language and cognitive skills.
In addition to assessments, home visits and referrals, we run drop-ins where children can learn and socialize in an informal, fun group setting and parents can speak with our consultant. Come and play with us and learn about child development.
The Infant Development Program (IDP) is meeting in Squamish on Fridays from 10 to 11:30am. Registration is required. Please contact Annie McDonald, email@example.com or Laurie Low, firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire or if you have any questions regarding infant development. IDP is also running a group at the Spring Creek building on Mondays from 10 to 11:30pm, and in Pemberton at Pioneer Park on Thursdays from 10 to 11:30am. Contact email@example.com for more details.
This program is funded by the Province of British Columbia.
“Very supportive and encouraging. Celebrated my daughter’s successes and where she was at developmentally.”
Infant Development Program contact information
In Squamish, call the IDP team: 604 892 5796, ext 129 or direct 604 567 9096
In Pemberton or Whistler, call Gabi Moeller, IDP Supervisor: 604 938 4041