Well done to everyone who attended and supported the 2023 Aviva TG Invitational, including our first ever Empowering Steps team!
2022-2023 Registration is ongoing! Existing clients can fill their registration via JaneApp to receive a session time request link. Contact us for details if you haven't received an invitation to pre-register!
Support SSF with Return-It!
Place all your bottles in a clear plastic bag, put a label on it with the Empowering Steps phone number (604-544-1201), and drop it off at any Return-It express - it’s that easy! All proceeds from the bottle recycling will be donated to the Symington Symbiotic Foundation!
Empowering Steps offers a variety of therapies that use movement to affect a change in emotional state and develop attachment which results in an improvement in daily quality of life and physical functioning.
Prospective new clients are invited to schedule an initial assessment for entry into the Empowering Steps program. Please contact us using the contact form or by telephone at 604-544-1201 for more information or to get started.
Our mission is to provide a fun, inclusive environment rich in sensory motor activities to allow neuro diverse children to improve motor ability, foster trust, improve relationships, develop social interaction, and build a sense of community.
Diversity is our strength.
Your experience is unique, and your perspective matters. Every person involved with Empowering Steps brings a distinctive value to the program and has an equal opportunity for growth. We celebrate the individuality of our participants and staff, and are committed to including and uplifting each other collaboratively with sensitivity and respect.
Here you will be supported not only through an interdisciplinary learning and therapy experience, but by the inclusive, shared environment and community that has grown with it.
We respectfully and humbly acknowledge that Empowering Steps, Club Aviva, and the Symington Symbiotic Foundation operate on the unceded ancestral lands of the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem), səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Kwantlen, and SEMYOME (Semiahmoo) Nations.