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Ages 2.5 to 6

Provides opportunities to learn through play while focusing on growth in communication, fine and gross motor skills, social development, classroom skills, behaviours, early literacy, and numeracy.

Ages 6 to 20

Provides individualized, evidence-based educational programs to support learning and growth. Learners take control of their environment, and build self-esteem, while improving their functional abilities.

Ages 20 and up

Focuses on the learner through community access, daily living skills, recreation and leisure, communication, fine and gross motor skills, and social and emotional development.

Ages 3 to 8

Includes our FASD Respite Program which is run in partnership with Kids Kottage. Learners enjoy crafts, physical & social activities, sensory integration, free play, and games on Saturdays.

What's New at Elves

  • Creating Social Stories

    Social Stories are short descriptions of a particular situation, event, or activity which include specific information about what to expect in a certain situation, and why.
    These Social Stories address situations or beliefs that may cause the child to be fearful, […]

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  • Fun Spring Activities

    Here are four fun Spring activities to enjoy with your children over Spring Break, or on weekends:

    Play on the Playground

    Playgrounds offer excellent opportunities for peer interaction and movement that improves muscle strength, balance, and coordination.

    Take a Walk

    Walking is a great […]

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  • Promote Development Over The Holiday Season

    Now that the holiday season is here, it is time to think about how to make this an extra special time for your family! Try some of these fun ideas that will also help to promote your child’s development:

    Pick a […]

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  • Autumn Movement, Sensory, and Play Ideas

    Touching the inside of a pumpkin is one of the ultimate tactile experiences. Cut the top off a pumpkin and let your children put their hands inside. Ask them to separate the seeds to bake for a snack (only if […]

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