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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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Every year, REACH conducts a Family Satisfaction Survey with our community who receive services. If a family receives more than one service from Reach, they can choose to complete a survey for all services or just one survey for the program they feel they got the most...
Thank you to all the generous supporters of REACH holiday appeal 2020. We raised just over $20,000 which is an incredible result and so helpful to those suffering mental health issues in these difficult times! Your support is important and will make a difference for...
With everyone in our province limiting travel and reducing contact as much as possible with the new COVID-19 restrictions , you might be looking for virtual resources. Access our resource page here. We have included a new category with virtual anti-racism resources...
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Make your own instruments using regular household items and then jam out with your friends all from the comfort of your home! 4 week program offered for 45 minute sessions virtually with an experienced music therapist. $100 for the 4 sessions - $25 per session. Contact Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and visit all summer music therapy offerings here.Find out more »
U CAN UKE – Learn how to play the ukulele! Uke CAN do it! (Must have a ukulele.) This is a great class, offered on line, to do with an older sibling or mom and dad for a great family activity. Nothing is happier than the sound of ukuleles and this class will boost confidence, improve motor coordination and increase attention span! These fun virtual group lessons led by an experienced music therapist run for half an hour, for 4…Find out more »
On Sunday, Aug 23, at 7 pm PDT Gabriel Mark Hasselbach will perform a rooftop concert with a full band (Tilden Webb, Adam Rohrlick, and Chris Haas) to support REACH! The show will be live streamed on our REACH Facebook page and Gabriel Mark Hasselbach's @GabrielsJazz Facebook page. We are very excited to have Gabriel do this to benefit us: he has performed at many of our live events over the years - Reach for the Stars Galas and Minglers…Find out more »
Looking for something to do during the Dog Days of Summer that’s COVID-19 safe? Reach Child and Youth Development Society has an outside, physically distanced event planned in Delta called Cruising for Clues – a Summer Scavenger Hunt. It’s affordable at $30 per vehicle and flexible with four dates to participate: August 27, 28, 29 and 30th. Participants can purchase a ticket on any of the dates and cruise for clues in North and South Delta on the date that…Find out more »
This year we will be taking COVID-19 precautions and our AGM will be held virtually via Zoom instead of in person. While we will not be able to share good food and socialize with you in person, we hope you will attend the online meeting to hear about our accomplishments of the past year, to hear about our plans for the upcoming year and to help us vote in our Board of Directors. It means a lot to us when our…Find out more »
This year, we are proud announce our 8th Annual Reach for the Stars Gala is going virtual! Gardens of Growth will be happen on line this fall and Steve Darling will be guiding us through the evening on line!! For over 60 years, REACH Child and Youth Development Society has been an integral part of the community, providing programs and services for vulnerable children, youth and their families, and in these uncertain times our ongoing provision of support services is…Find out more »
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 »