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Eagle’s Nest: A Place to Soar provides a service in response to the need for culturally appropriate Treatment Foster Care. Treatment Foster Care is available to children/youth age 0 to 18 years with a  wide range of complex needs, including but not limited to; special needs population, medically complex, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Alcohol-Related Neurological Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, ADD/ADHD, Attachment issues, etc. Eagle’s Nest continues to provide our Cultural Education Program with Ceremony Makers, Elders and Traditional Healers in order to honour the varying Indigenous backgrounds of the children and youth the Creator has entrusted to us. The Treatment Foster Team is made up of the Foster Parent(s), Tutors, Elders, Child and Youth Counsellors, Ceremony Makers, Traditional Healers and Social Work who identify with the Indigenous People’s community.

Eagle's Nest also offers services to non-Indigenous children and youth, with complex care needs. Please see our new program description in our secondary program. 

OARTY Member: Eagle's Nest: A Place to Soar Inc. Indigenous Foster Care
Program/Facility Description: .
City: London
Ministry Region: West
For Ages: 18
Home Type: Foster Home
Client Group: ED/BD
Accredited By: CARF Canada
  • 0 Immediate
  • 3 30 Days
  • 1 60 Days
  • 1 90 Days

Accepted Conditions

1. Client Groups

AboriginalAcquired Brain Injury
Ages 0-5Ages 12 and up
Ages 6-12Coed
Cultural AccommodationsDevelopmentally Challenged
Dual Diagnosis ClienteleEmotionally Disturbed
Lesbian, Gay, BisexualMedically Fragile
Physical Abuse VictimsPhysically Challenged
Religious AccommodationsSexual Abuse Victims
Technologically DependantTotal Care
TransgenderedTransitional Age Youth (16-18)
Two-SpiritedYoung Offenders

2. Diagnostic Features

ADD/ADHD/Severe Learning DisorderAttachment Disorder
Autism Spectrum DisorderBipolar
Conduct DisorderDyslexia
Failure to ThriveFASD
Nonverbal/Communication DisorderObsessive Compulsive Disorder
Oppositional Defiant DisorderPersonality Disorder
PhobiasSexually Transmitted Infections
Sleep Disorder

3. Problematic Behaviours

Bed WettingChronic Lying
Defiance (Excessive)Demanding (Excessive)
Eating DisordersFearful/Anxious
IncontinenceManipulative/Causes Conflict
Over-activePhysical Aggression Towards Others
Physical Aggression Towards SelfRunning
Short Attention SpanSocially Delayed
Substance AbuseSuicide Attempts
Suicide Threats/IdeationTantrums
Verbally Abusive

4. Sexual Acting Out Behaviours (all ages)

Indiscriminate Affection/Promiscuous

5. Teen Issues

AbortionBirth Control
PregnancySexually Active Teen

6.1 Health Care Requirements

No services offered in this category

6.2 Procedures from Regulated Health Professions Act, 1996

No services offered in this category

7. School and Community

* Select the following criteria that are addressed through external education/community services, for internal supports, please denote in the appropriate categories.
Special Education NeedsSuspensions

8. Program Model

Treatment Foster Care

9. Program Treatment Services

Anger ManagementAssertiveness Training
AssessmentBehaviour Management
Community Skills TrainingLife Skills Program
Preparation for IndependenceRecreational Program
Social Skills Training

10. Professional Services Included in Set Rate (Professionals on staff and/or contracted at no additonal cost)

Behaviour Management ConsultationClinical Consultation
Psychological AssessmentPsychotherapy

11. Additional Community Provided Professional Services

Art TherapyBehaviour Management Consultation
Clinical ConsultationCommunication Specialists
Dental specialistFamily Therapy
Group TherapyMusic, Drama and Other Therapy
Neurological ConsultationNeuropsychologist
NursingNutrition and Feeding Consultation
Occupational TherapyOrthodontic Specialist
Play TherapyPsychiatric Assessment
Psychiatric SupervisionPsychological Assessment
PsychotherapyRemedial Specialist
Respiratory TechnicianSpecial Education Consultant
Speech Therapy