Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday 8:30am-4:30pm
Friday By Appointment Only
Rachel’s Kids House of Hope opened on January 18th, 2017. Here at the House of Hope, we pride ourselves in helping our little locals realize big dreams with the help of our resource center and sensory room. We have a beautiful center with an array of stimulating toys and equipment with stations offering the children state of the art tactile and sensory processing tools keeping them engaged, active and creative. We also have a half kitchen and an art room. The House of Hope is open to everyone in our community to use as a safe place to take your children for learning and fun.
• PECS book building / Teaching Aids
• Babysitting and Home Alone Course
• Birthday Parties
• Drop Ins
• Space rental for therapy work, events, workshops and classes
• $25.00 Daily Drop In fee for a family of 5 or less at a ratio of 1 adult for 4 children for a maximum of 2 hours.
• $50.00 Monthly fee for a family of 5 or less at a ratio of 1 adult for 4 children for a maximum of 2 hours per visit. An additional fee of $10.00 per additional child / member per month.
• $325.00 Annual fee for a family of 5 or less at a ratio of 1 adult for 4 children for a maximum of 2 hours per visit. An additional fee of $65.00 per additional child / member per year
Sensory rooms are specially designed therapy rooms that develop an individual’s senses through lighting, textures, colours, music and specialized equipment. It is beneficial for children with or without sensory processing disorders. At the House of Hope, we’ve created a state of the art room that is truly unique to our community!
Our room is divided into 3 sections;
Our community room is where children get to play and relax while parents and care givers get access to resources on services offered in our community. For the children, we have an I-Pad station, a GestureTek gaming cube, arts and craft and a quiet reading area. The resource station for parents/guardians/ teachers and workers offer them a place where they can ask questions regarding their child’s development, access to our PEC’s (Picture Exchange Communication) library and find information on how to access services in SD&G that can help with early intervention.
A.K.A the Splatter Room! We call it the art splatter room because it’s a free space for children to express themselves through art without the worry of keeping the paint on their paper or easel. Yes, you read that correctly, the children are encouraged to paint freely and not worry about getting paint on the walls or floors.