Aboriginal Infant Development Program Services

Aboriginal Infant Development Consultants works together with families to support the growth and development of aboriginal children during their most important years of development birth - 6.

Aboriginal Infant Development Consultants want to ensure that infants will receive the support needed through their most crucial years of development.


  • focus on the child as a whole, to include health, intellectrual, emotional, physical and spiritual well-being
  • are culturally safe whether a family lives on or off reserve
  • offer support for Aboriginal families and infants who are at risk of, or have a developmental delay
  • are voluntary, family-centered, and for children birth to 5 years of age
  • supports families by providign home visits, activity planning, developmental screenings
  • recognizes the role of Elders and extended family in parenting
  • provides referrals to other health and social services as needed

Additional Information

Maylene Inrig, Intake Worker

Email: aidp_lfls@shawbiz.ca  

Nadine McGee, Development Consultant
(250) 286-3430 - extention 136
Email: aidp@shaw.ca

Candace Cuncu, Development Consultant
(250) 286-3430 - extention 134
Email: aidp@lfls.ca


For more information, call Lenora or Kasandra @ (250) 286-3430:

Lenora Grey, extension 136

Kasandra McArthur, extension 134

Address / Contact Info

Laichwiltach Family Life Society
441 4th Ave Campbell River, BCV9W 3W7
Contact name: Lenora Grey

Phone Numbers

Phone: (250) 286-3430
Toll-free: 1-877-777-8222
Fax: (250) 286-3483

Hours of Operation

Regular hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM; Closed weekends and Stat holidays.

Web Links

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This program was last updated on: 18 Nov 2021.