Reach Child & Youth Development Society
Reach is a non-profit organization in Delta that helps children with special needs reach their full potential. Our organization has been providing services to children and their families since 1959. We provide timely, accessible and supportive community programs and services for the Delta, Surrey, and Langley areas.
We promote optimal development and well-being for all children, youth, and adults, where all individuals flourish. We work together with families to recognize each child’s strengths and develop their abilities. Over 1000 children and their families benefit from our services on an annual basis.
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Raffle ticket sales begin March 12, 2019 at Ladner and Tsawwassen McDonald's restaurants to support children at Reach Society! $5 will enter you to win a 65" 4K ultra high definition TV. Take part in the raffle until May 08, 7pm. One TV will be raffled in each South...
On February 2nd, 2019 Four Winds Brewing Co. held their annual fundraiser for Reach Child and Youth Development Society at Harris Barn in Ladner and raised $20,000 for REACH! The evening of live music, beverages and food featured local music acts Marin Patenaude, the...
Save the Date! On Saturday June 1, 2019, we will be bringing you the 7th annual Reach for the Stars Gala. Tickets will go on sale in April, please stay posted. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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New to the Autism Diagnosis? New Parent Orientation is a program to help families whose children have recently received a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder to gain understanding of the diagnosis, receive information on different treatment methods on autism, grasp the ever-changing government services and programs, and find available resources in their community. New Parent Orientation sessions will be held on the last Wednesday of the month. Additional sessions will be scheduled as needed. Pre-registration is required for all participants.…Find out more »
Facilitated by Monisha Jassi, Positive Behavioural Support Consultant. Are you a Punjabi speaking parent of a child with special needs? You are invited to join our parent support group to connect with other parents and enjoy a caring community of support. To give parents an opportunity to: Share stories and support one another in a safe non-judgmental environment. To discuss and connect parents to resources in the community. To answer questions related to parenting, community resources and funding etc. DATE:…Find out more »
The parent group is an opportunity for parents with children who have ADHD, FASD or other complex behaviours to come together. At the group you can learn and reflect on your life as a parent of children that may behave in ways that are unexpected and a challenge to understand. You will gain insight in building positive relationships, celebrating your children and focus on your emotional well being. We provide a welcoming and safe environment to share experiences, knowledge and…Find out more »
All Children develop at different rates. Attend our free playgroup and bring any concerns you may have about your infant or toddler's development to the early childhood expert on site. Developmental screening is the early identification of a child's risk for cognitive, motor, communication, social or emotional delays. If help is needed, we can offer further assessment. This group is open to children up to age 3.Find out more »
All Children develop at different rates. Attend our free playgroup and bring any concerns you may have about your infant or toddler’s development to the early childhood expert on site. Developmental screening is the early identification of a child’s risk for cognitive, motor, communication, social or emotional delays. If help is needed, we can offer further assessment. This group is open to children up to age 3.Find out more »
Our goals are to Provide guest speakers to discuss common issues Reach therapists, Community professionals Other programs To provide support and information to families in Delta who have a child with Down Syndrome To help connect parents of children with Down Syndrome To provide monthly meetings for parents and their children To provide on-site child minding while you attend the discussion DATE: First Thursday of each month, October to September TIME: 6:00pm - 7:30pm COST: No charge and light refreshments…Find out more »
This video course and discussion group if facilitated by Nikita Bhatty Advic and offers insight into emotional health and development from internationally renowned developmental psychologist Dr. Gordon Neufeld. Nikita is an educational psychologist in Delta. She has 22 years experience teaching and her greatest success with her students has been in her connection and attachment to them. She has always felt that the way to learning is through the heart. To make sense of emotion is to make sense of…Find out more »