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CAP-C Program

The Community Action Program for Children, also known as CAPC program is an integral part of the national programs from the public health agency of Canada that develops local services to improve the health and development of vulnerable Canadian children age 0 to 6. This program is funded through the federal government.

CAPC programs provides children the opportunity to develop social, language, large and small motor skills and communication skills through structured and free play activities.

The CAPC program is designed to provide play focused groups for children while parents attend adult based educational and support groups.

 CAP-C Programs Offered

 

Sheena ShaSheenarp

CAPC Program Coordinator

604 467-6055 ext 105

capc@familyed.bc.ca