Child and Youth Physical Rehabilitation Teams

In January of 2018, occupational therapists and physiotherapists providing rehabilitation services to children and youth were transitioned under the Integrated Service Delivery (ISD) model of care from the Extra Mural Program. These therapists help children and youth in the community who have physical and/or developmental challenges.

This team strives to optimize participation in meaningful daily activities for these clients within a variety of natural environments, including homes, schools, daycares, and other community sites. This team works closely with many partners, such as families, schools, the Department of Social Development, pediatricians and primary care providers, the Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation, IWK Health Centre, Shriners Hospitals for Children, and Easter Seals New Brunswick, to name a few.

Fredericton and Upper River Valley Area: 506-453-2131

Miramichi Area: 506-778-6111

Moncton Area: 506-856-2922

Saint John Area: 506-658-3737

Chantal DesRoches, an addictions and mental health social worker, is part of a team that cares for children and youth in the Salisbury, Petitcodiac and Hillsborough areas. She collaborates with team members from other disciplines to provide support.

“My role is to provide support to youth who want help with their addictions and mental health struggles,” said Chantal. “The goal is to be someone youth feel comfortable talking to about their concerns or struggles and provide a safe place to do so.”

Click here to learn more about Chantal.
Youth across New Brunswick who are struggling with addictions and mental health concerns are benefiting from Integrated Service Delivery (ISD) teams and mental health clinicians like Jessica Thebeau.

Jessica is a mental health clinician and part of an ISD team that works with children and youth in the Moncton and surrounding areas. She and her teamwork with youth and their families to help them overcome their struggles.

Click here to learn more about Jessica.