A phased re-opening of our Centre and in-person appointments has begun, based on the Government of BC Restart Plan. We acknowledge that many clients and families may want to resume in-person sessions immediately. However, during the recovery phases, in-person sessions will be offered to clients based on a comprehensive strategy to determine priority assessment based on capacity and clinical judgement.

As the health and safety of clients and staff are the priority, virtual platforms will continue to be our primary method of conducting services. Over the next several weeks, we hope to be able to expand our in-person services and will be in touch with our clients and families.


The Need Is There.
Your Impact Matters.


Leading Lives of
Ability and Possibility


Programs & Services


Brain Injury Services

Short-term acute rehabilitation services to children and youth who have acquired brain injury and who do not have third party coverage.


Supported Child Development

Access to childcare for families, and consultation to front-line workers to create inclusive day cares, and preschools for children with special needs.


Social Emotional Services

Support to families and service providers to enhance the emotional and social development of children and youth with disabilities.


Early Intervention Program

Therapy to strengthen motor, speech, and life-skills development for children with special needs and help families to best care for their children.


Vocational Services

Expertise on creating inclusive workplaces for employers as well as providing training and financial support for individuals living with disabilities.

Meet Our Families

These are the lives of those we serve

Shelby Swanson

Triumph Over Brain Injury

The Blue Family

Courageous Life Transitions

The Lau Family

Achieving Therapeutic Milestones

Grace Tan

Successful Second Career

What’s Happening

BCCFA wins 2015 Patients’ Choice Award for top Physiotherapy practice!

Top Physiotherapists in Vancouver 2015


The Irwin Family
A devastating fire inflicted life-threatening injuries, and took the life of Sammy’s twin sister, Ava. Sammy spent the next three months in intensive care fighting for her life.
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The Crocker Family
Passion is the life force for Houston, who is thriving while living with vision, hearing and other challenges associated with rare and complex Noonan syndrome.
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