Children's Services Coordination (CSC)
Children Service Coordinators use a family centered approach to provide families access to services and supports to promote full participation in their community.
Our Children’s Service Coordinators:
- Support families in identifying their strengths, needs, and goals;
- Work with families to find the best ways to meet their specific needs;
- Provide families with information regarding services and resources available;
- Consult with professionals in schools, daycares, and other agencies to develop a family-centered plan that will make a positive difference in a child’s life.
Services may include:
- Navigating services;
- Information and education on other resources and services available;
- Assess eligibility for supports and complete referrals to complementary services;
- Introduction to families with similar needs;
- Consultation and advocacy;
- Transition planning to daycare, school, and adulthood;
- Fostering independence.
Any child is considered eligible if they:
- Are a resident of Manitoba;
- Are between birth and up to age 21;
- Live with their parent or guardian.
And they meet one or more of the following criteria:
- A permanent physical disability;
- Deaf or hard of hearing (permanent hearing loss);
- A brain injury;
- Seizure disorder.
For more information please contact the Intake Counsellor for your Regional Office.
Or please contact: