Next Step meets the standards for a Certificate of Recognition in Workplace Safety (COR)


Personal Program Plans
Each individual will be assessed through a home visit and a personal, one-on-one interview with a Program Coordinator. By completing a thorough functional analysis of strengths and weaknesses in daily living, careful and beneficial placement of support workers, services and programs can be completed. Services are provided to build skills and support the entire family.

Triple P - Positive Parenting Program

What is Stepping Stones Triple P?
The Stepping Stones Triple Program has been developed for parents with a child with a developmental disability.  It helps parents manage misbehaviour and prevent problems from occurring in the first place.

How will Stepping Stones Triple P benefit my family?
Stepping Stones works by giving parents the skills to raise confident, healthy children and to build stronger family relationships.

Stepping Stones Triple P Courses offered at Next Step:
ourses will be offered in Medicine Hat and Brooks for families who have a child with a disability.  We offer Standard Stepping Stones, which is completed over a 10 week period in private with your Program Coordinator. We also offer Group Stepping Stones, which is completed over 9 weeks with your Program Coordinator and a small group of parents.  Funding options are available.

For more information please contact the Brooks office at 403-501-5199 or Medicine Hat office at 403-527-4999, ext 101.


Community Supports
To build on goals and achievements, community support workers may be assigned to assist a child in developing community and life skills. Work will be completed and monitored according to the individualís unique support plan.

Behavioral & Developmental Support
Consideration of sibling issues, family dynamics, sensory issues and health concerns will be incorporated through ongoing work to improve negative behaviors and strengthen positive behaviors.

Respite Support
Supports that provide a break for primary caregivers on a temporary basis. Respite will be provided in addition to other supports already in place.

For more information:
Phone: 403-527-4999, ext 101
Fax: 403-529-5970