Families receive in-home support as they learn about parenting their baby or toddler with a developmental disability or who is at risk for a delay. Families receive resources related to their child's specific needs and are supported to develop links to community services. Facilitated music groups, information sessions with local experts and in-home visits help develop a strong foundation of support for young children and families. 

Infant & Child Development

How to Get Support from CLKD's Infant & Child Development Program:


Doctors, Specialists and other Agencies can refer your child to us but parents or caregivers who have concerns about their child's development can also refer their child and seek support from us.

If you have any concerns about your child's development, download the form, fill it out and return it to our Infant and Child Development Coordinator, Jenny by email: jraspberry@clkd.ca, Fax: 519-396-9414 or by dropping it off at our office: 286 Lambton Street, Kincardine. 

Welcoming and Inclusive Baby & Me Groups!

Join us for our Community based Baby & Me Groups! 

We love having fun with you and baby doing all the amazing things that contribute to bonding and development. Baby and Me Music Group is FREE and open to everyone. Baby & Me Music Group is most commonly hosted at the Davidson Center with special groups held at the library or local retirement homes with our Grand-friends. Keep an eye on our Facebook page and on the events page of our website for more information and upcoming dates. 

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Supporting over 150 infants, children and adults living with a developmental disability in our community.

Email: info@clkd.ca

Phone: 519-396-9434

Registered Charity: 889487849RR0001

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