Unlocking Potential

Supports and Strategies for Successful Living

B

Behavior Consultation

What is it?

Our master's level consultants design, implement and evaluate strategies that support the goal of increasing the ability of people with challenging behaviors to experience greater success in life.  Common areas of support include: difficulty with transitions, anxieties, physical outbursts such as meltdowns, as well as difficulties managing in social situations. 

Who is it for?

Services can be tailored for children as young as 3 years old, through to adults of all ages.  Services are typically provided to parents, caregivers, schools, support services agencies, as well as affected individuals themselves. 

Where is it provided?

Home and community settings such as schools, work environments, day  and residential programs, leisure activity settings, as well as at our KCC office location.

How do I access this service?

Please contact our office at 403.524.2522 or email us at contact@keyconnectionsconsulting.com to learn more about accessing this service.

Cost

Please contact us to learn about our  competitive rates.  Some services may be covered through extended health care or other insurance plans.  Service Support Providers such as FSCD (Family Supports for Children with Disabilities) or PDD (Persons with Developmental Disabilities) or other Government services, may cover the cost of this service for persons who qualify through their programs.

C

Counselling

What is it?

A variety of approaches are offered by KCC's master's level counsellors, including  Play Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, and Parent Child Relationship Therapy.  Counselling addresses relationships, personal growth,  mental health, and psychological illness or distress.  Other common counselling focuses include  resolving specific problems, making decisions and coping with crisis.  

Who is it for?

Counseling  is available to children, youth, adults, couples and families.  Play Therapy can be a particularly beneficial approach for children and youth to explore ways to deal with life's challenges. 

Where is it provided?

Counselling is typically provided at our KCC  office, but other settings have been used, including schools and other community settings, as well as in homes.

How do I access this service?

Please contact our office at 403.524.2522 to discuss any counselling questions you may have.  You can also email us at contact@keyconnectionsconsulting.com to learn more about accessing this service.

Cost

Please contact us to learn about our competitive rates.  Some counselling services may be covered through extended health care or other insurance plans.  Service Support Providers such as FSCD (Family Supports for Children with Disabilities) or PDD (Persons with Developmental Disabilities) or other Government services, may cover the cost of this service for persons who qualify through their programs.

OT

Occupational Therapy

What is it?

KCC's master's level  Occupational Therapist works to support individuals to more successfully manage challenges they experience in their everyday activities,  including, physical, mental and environmental challenges.

Who is it for?

Children, youth and adults of all ages and abilities.

Where is it provided?

Home and community settings such as schools, work environments, day programs, and leisure activity settings, as well as at our KCC office location.

How do I access this service?

Please contact our office at 403.524.2522 or email us at contact@keyconnectionsconsulting.com to learn more about accessing this service. 

Cost

We offer competitive rates. Services may be covered through some extended health care or other insurance plans.  Service Support Providers such as FSCD (Family Supports for Children with Disabilities) or PDD (Persons with Developmental Disabilities) or other Government services, may cover the cost of this service for persons who qualify through their programs.

SLP

Speech-Language Pathology

What is it?

Assessing and helping individuals who have difficulties with the production of speech sounds, understanding or putting words together to communicate ideas (language) or difficulty with social interactions.  Common areas of focus include articulation, phonology and motor speech disorders, language delays and disorders, including expression and comprehension in oral and non-verbal contexts, fluency disorders, including stuttering, social communication skills, swallowing disorders, pre-literacy and literacy skills including phonological awareness, decoding, reading comprehension and writing.

Who is it for?

Children, youth and adults of all ages and abilities

Where is it provided?

Home and community settings such as schools, work environments, day programs, and leisure activity settings, as well as at our KCC office location

How do I access this service?

Please contact our office at 403.524.2522 or email us at contact@keyconnectionsconsulting.com to learn more about accessing this service. 

Cost

Please contact us to learn about our competitive rates.  Services may be covered through extended health care or other insurance plans.  Service Support Providers such as FSCD (Family Supports for Children with Disabilities) or PDD (Persons with Developmental Disabilities) or other Government services, may cover the cost of this service for persons who qualify through their programs.

ICE

Project I.C.E.

What is it?

Project ICE exists to help assist and equip individuals that need support in functional life skills and / or employment readiness.  A core component is the PAES program (Practical Assessment Evaluation System) which is an assessment and job skill teaching resource that individuals participate in small groups for 12 weeks with the support of a fully trained multi-disciplinary staff. 

Who is it for?

The target age range is 14 years through adulthood.

Where is it provided?

At our KCC office location as well as some community settings to promote application of life skills.

How do I access this service?

Please contact Jackie Lea, Program Development Coordinator 403-524-2522 or email her at: JackieLeaKCC@gmail.com

Cost

Program costs will be assessed on a case by case basis.  KCC is currently in discussion with funders and other service providers to provide financial support for individuals who would benefit from participating in this program.

A

Assessments

What is it?

KCC psychologists and master's level clinicians provide a variety of assessments including functional, educational, cognitive, parenting, and those related to the diagnosis of specific disabilities.  Through a combination of testing, interviews, observations and consultations, assessments will identify both strengths and weaknesses and provide recommendations to support future success.

Who is it for?

Assessment services can be administered to individuals of all ages.

Where is it provided?

Assessments are conducted in many settings, including home, community, and at our KCC office location.

How do I access this service?

Please contact our office at 403.524.2522 for more details and to answer  any  questions you may have.  You can also email us at contact@keyconnectionsconsulting.com to learn more about accessing this service.

Cost

Costs vary depending on the type of assessment being administered.  Some assessments are requested by schools, the court or a lawyer, or government services, and the costs associated with those assessments may not be charged to the individual and/or the their parent/guardian.