Locations in Camrose County include:
- Bittern Lake
- Hay Lakes
- Meeting Creek
- New Norway
- Pelican Point
- Round Hill
- Tillicum Beach
Services in this region include:
Camrose Open Door
The Camrose Open Door provides support for adults in Camrose County.
The Open Door is a regional non-profit organization that offers support services and hope to youth in need between the ages of 11 and 24. We offer support, effective services, and a safe place for youth in need to grow and transition into successful adulthood, becoming contributing members of society.
Please call (780) 679 6803 to get in contact with the Camrose Open Door.
McMan Central Alberta
McMan Central Alberta provides support for kids in the City of Camrose as well as kids and adults in the County of Camrose.
Since opening its first program in 1975 McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association set out to be different. While operating its first group home, McMan’s founders provided care in the context of supportive and understanding relationships.
The McMan FASD Outreach program is designed to provide education, information, support, resources, mentoring services, coaching and advocacy to anyone living with or impacted by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). This program can help clients get the support they need when a diagnosis is suspected or certain. Clients may be self-directed into this program, or referred by a community source or the local Child and Family Services.
Please call (780) 608 6678 to get in contact with McMan Central Alberta.
Camrose Pediatric Specialty Clinic
The Camrose Pediatric Specialty Clinic offers a clinical assessment and diagnostic service, delivered by a multidisciplinary team to children who present with a combination of developmental, behavioural, sensory, physical and/or learning problems. The multidisciplinary team consists of: Occupational Therapist, Physician, Physical Therapist, Psychologist, Licensed Practical Nurse, Social Worker and Speech Language Pathologist.The multidisciplinary team will assess, diagnose and identify a child and family’s strengths. Recommendations include strategies for managing specific deficits, while also focusing on strengths. Follow-up will be provided by the Clinic Social Worker and/or Physician.
The Pediatric Specialty Clinic requires a physician referral. Children can be identified by school, parents or other supports. The clinic serves children 3-18 years who have a range of disabilities in multiple areas of function. Please click here to download the Physician Referral Form.
For more information contact your physician or the Specialty Clinic Coordinator; Lorraine McPhee at (780) 608 8611.
Prairie Central FASD Clinical Services
Assessment/diagnostic services can include medical, cognitive, behavior, communication and adaptive functioning assessments completed by a multidisciplinary team which meet Canadian Clinical Guidelines for diagnosis. If you live within the service area of the Prairie Central FASD Association the cost for the FASD assessment is covered by the association. We currently have two clinics that are accepting referrals for adult assessment and diagnosis. Please click on the link to fill out the referral package.
For more information about Adult Assessment & Diagnosis contact:
Prairie Central FASD Clinical Services
Provide guided advice, intervention support, and on-going clinical support that is meaningful and valuable to families and the agencies that support the client and their families. This support gives participants an increased understanding of the unique needs of the person with FASD and creates a shared understanding of the client among family members and support workers, school, and any others that may be involved in supporting the client. Public education learning sessions are also provided on a monthly basis.
This service is accessible by all families, agencies, and school divisions within the catchment area. Contact Jen Willes at 587-386-0186 Ext.1 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book a consult.