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Early Childhood Intervention Program

The Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP) is a network of community-based supports for the families of children aged 0-6 years that experience developmental delays or are at risk of delay.

ECIP consultants:

  • build trusting relationships with families;
  • assist families in addressing the delay;
  • use assessment tools to identify the areas of delay;
  • add activities into daily routines that help parents address the delay;
  • connect families to resources within their community; and
  • assist with the transition to school.
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1. Eligibility

Children involved with ECIPs are often behind in reaching age-appropriate development milestones such as walking, talking, playing or interacting with others. Some children are born with conditions that make it difficult for them to develop at rates that are typical for a specific age group.

Children with delays, or who are at risk of developing delays, benefit most from ECIPs. ECIP work is most successful when delays are addressed at an early stage. Participation in the program can begin at birth or as soon as the delay appears.

Involvement with the program is voluntary. Parents may be refer themselves to their local ECIP or be referred by a professional with parental consent.

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2. Contacting ECIPs Near You

City / Town
Region / Division
Phone Number
Kindersley
West Central
306-463-6822
La Ronge
Children North
306-425-6600
Lloydminster
Midwest
306-825-5911
Meadow Lake
Surrounding area, including Ile-a-la-Crosse
306-236-4247
Moose Jaw
South Central
306-692-2616
North Battleford
Battlefords
306-446-4545
Prince Albert
  306-922-3274
Regina
Surrounding area 306-347-5020
Saskatoon
Surrounding area 306-657-3247
Swift Current
Surrounding district 306-773-3600
Tisdale
Northeast
306-873-3411
Weyburn
Southeast Cornerstone School Division
306-848-4722
Weyburn
Holy Family Roman Catholic Separate School
306-634-8223
Yorkton
Parkland 306-786-6988

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