Outcomes Report (2014-15)

OCS Annual Outcomes Report 2014-2015

Special Services for Children and Families/Behaviour Intervention Services 1. Special Needs Family Support – Surrey/Langley 2. Private Intervention Program – Fee-for-Service Special Services to Children and Their Families (SSCF) is a goal-based program designed for children from 3 to 18 years who have a developmental disability and/or autism. There are three different components to this program: one-to-one services, group programs and fee-for- service private intervention. MCFD Contracted Services The Special Services program is contracted to serve 4,015 service units (hours of direct service) per year in Langley and provided 4,027.25 hours 2014-15. In Surrey, we are contracted to provide 12,053 service units and provided 13,093.75. In total, Special Services for Children and Families served 220 clients this fiscal year. Our summer program was able to provide 1,529 extra hours in day camps and activities thanks to a small team of dedicated summer students. Our emphasis continues to be that we have a lasting impact on the families that we serve by ensuring that the goals our clients achieve get carried through to their day-to-day lives. Families are involved in many elements of programming to allow them to observe their child in the program, and also to network with other families who are also involved.

Outcomes in Special Services for Children and Families this Year Increased



Goal to increase or maintain: • Life skills


0% 9%

0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

91% 83% 95% 79%

• Social skills


• Communication skills


• Appropriate behavior in the community


• Community involvement

Quality Improvements in Special Services for Children and Families this Year • Over the summer we operated the Super Summer Program where existing clients of the program signed up for fun activities throughout the summer with the support of regular staff and summer students. The summer students contributed 1,529 hours of service. The Super Summer program was possible through grant funding. • This year we had 168 volunteer hours and 330 practicum hours. • Added garden and improvements to outdoor play space. • Designed and implemented new Parent Handbook, with fewer forms, and easier transition of data to new electronic file system. • Transitioned all client data to electronic files. • All staff trained in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention modified program to address working with autism and special needs. • Secured donations and grants to build a Snoezelen multisensory room.

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