*The RCSD partnerships across the province are being eliminated by the provincial government as of September 1, 2020.  As a result, the information on this page will no longer be valid.  The website is being maintained for one year to allow partners to continue to access the resources*

RCSD Target Population

RCSD planning and reporting must include attention to the following populations:

  • Children and youth between birth and age 20 who have been identified as having complex needs- (see below for definition)
  • Children and youth between birth and age 20 who have been identified as having a low-incidence disability- (see below for definition)
  • Children or students who are registered within an Alberta school authority or First Nations school (Early Childhood Services to Grade 12).

Supports can also include cross-sector training or skill development for service provider staff (including school staff) and families who are collaboratively supporting children and youth in school and the community.

NOTE:  The content of this page is taken from the Regional Collaborative Service Delivery Regional Requirements and Governance Model for 2017/18-Alberta Education p.8 and 21

*This website is a record of a constantly evolving partnership. It is as accurate as possible at any given time and will be regularly updated to reflect changing processes and information.  However, be advised that there may possibly be a lag updating the website with the most current information and processes.

*The RCSD partnerships across the province are being eliminated by the provincial government as of September 1, 2020.  As a result, the information on this page will no longer be valid.  The website is being maintained for one year to allow partners to continue to access the resources*