Provides necessary care for children with complex medical needs, their siblings as well as typically developing children from the community. They provide daycare services, early learning and development programming, respite services, supportive living as well as transition care when moving children from the hospital into their community home.
Children with complex medical needs are children who have a chronic or progressive medical condition that may become unstable, resulting in a life-threatening situation. These children require care, support and monitoring by nursing professionals. A child is considered to have complex needs when they have one or more of the following: Tracheostomy, Feeding Tube, Seizure Disorder, Mechanical Ventilation, Life threatening/chronic condition that requires nursing care
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