Preschool

Short-term health and/or stabilization services

Our Child Health service offers respite, medical, or palliative care for youth up to 25 years of age who have complex medical needs. A 24-hour nursing team and support staff are onsite. These services are of transitional nature and focus on preparing people for moving back home or to a new residential setting.

Share
two women and two children outside at a park, the women are pushing the children in the bucket seats of a swing

The stabilization service offers support to children and adults who are referred to St.Amant for specific clinical interventions. This could be to support planning and interventions for individuals with an acquired brain injury or for others to develop and implement treatment strategies to reduce challenging behaviors. This service also welcomes people whose living arrangements may have changed and require stabilization before the person can return home.

People supported by Health & Transition Services have access to a range of supports and services during their stay, including a private, year-round school for those aged 22 and under, and daily recreation services for adults with leisure, educational, and work-experience options and a wide range of clinical supports. Basic medical, dental, and diagnostic services are also available on-site.

Overview

St.Amant’s Health & Transition Services provides a place for specialized, temporary health and/or stabilization support for all ages within an in-patient healthcare facility. Upon admission, people receiving services must have a defined plan to return to the family home or move to an alternate residential setting. Discharge planning begins upon admission to Health and Transition Services. Respite services are planned and booked in advance, we do not have capacity for emergency respite within this program.

overview icon, four different coloured arrows pointing outwards in different directions

Who Qualifies?

Children with:

  • developmental disability and complex health need
  • acquired brain injury
  • developmental disability or acquired brain injury and challenging behaviour needs

Requiring 24-hour supervision or medical care and cannot be supported elsewhere safely. Anyone admitted to the service must also have a plan to move to an appropriate living situation after their short-term stay.

With a referral from:

  • Community Service Worker through
    • Children’s disABILITY Services (CDS)
    • Community Living disABILITY Services (CLDS)
  • Child & Family Services worker (CFS)
  • Family member

Inquiries and referrals are considered as they are submitted based on the needs of the person and the availability of a bed in the service area. To inquire on admission please complete the inquiry form.  

who qualifies icon, question mark in front of a person

Information for Families:

Health & Transition Services Inquiry Form


Contact

Please reach out to St.Amant Central Intake
at 204-258-7041 for more information.

Événements et formations