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|Record #||Organization / Program Name(s)||Address||Office Phone||Description||Hours||My List|
|CDR0103||Bob Rumball Centre for the Deaf||BRCD
2395 Bayview Ave
North York, ON M2L 1A2
|416-449-9651||Offers the following services:
BOB RUMBALL CENTRE FOR THE DEAF (BCRD)
416-449-9651 * TTY 416-449-2728 * fax 416-449-8881
The centre operates a wide variety of programs, some residential and some day programs. Also operates residential housing off-site in several areas around Toronto.
On site services include:
Supportive housing apartments for Deaf and Deaf-blind seniors; day program; literacy programs for Deaf adults; preschool for Deaf children; support program for parents with newly diagnosed infants; Early Years Centre for the local community (including deaf parents and children); and residential and day programs for Deaf adults with complex needs.
Also offers American Sign Language (ASL) classes to the general public of all ages.
BOB RUMBALL ASSOCIATIONS FOR THE DEAF (BRAD)
905-878-4932 * TTY 905-875-4368 * fax 905- 878-4934
Located in the Milton/Halton Hills area. Provides a variety of care and support to deaf children and adults with a variety of needs including troubled youth, developmentally delayed and Deaf plus individuals, youth and adults with behavioral, emotional or psychiatric problems, young offenders and dually diagnosed individuals. Residential and day services.
Also offers American Sign Language classes to residents of Halton and surrounding areas.
RUMBALL (ONTARIO) CAMP OF THE DEAF (OCD)
705-378-2898 * TTY 705-378-0512 * fax 705-378-0380
Interdenominational Christian camp located south of Parry Sound, offering worship programs, spiritual services, counselling and Bible camp.
BOB RUMBALL HOME FOR THE DEAF
Located in Barrie, this 64 bed long-term care home is specially designed for the care of deaf or deaf-blind residents.
Contact Shirley Cassel 705-719-6700
To apply contact your local community care access centre (CCAC)
A rental facility for meetings and small gatherings. All proceeds from the rental of this meeting facility go towards the Ontario Mission for the Deaf (OCD).
416-447-2378 * TTY 416-445-5959 * fax 416-447-7465 * email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Office Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0164||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Child, Youth and Family Program||Intergenerational Wellness Centre
80 Workman Way
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
|*416-535-8501 ext 4366 (Central Intake Number)
To make a referral or for more information regarding the following services, please call:
*416-535-8501, ext. 34040 (Gender Identity)
*416-535-8501, ext 1730 (Youth Addiction Services)
*416-535-8501, ext. 36767 (SAPACCY)
*416-535-8501, ext. 34352 (Adolescent Service)
*416-535-8501, ext. 33642 (ABATE project)
|Adolescent Service: provide court-ordered assessments for youth aged 12 to 18 involved with the legal system. We offer recommendations to the courts, families and agencies, and help set up treatment referrals to community agencies. Judges, lawyers and probation services in the court system refer youth under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Contact 416-535-8501, ext. 34952 for more information.
Better Behaviours Service: for children and youth ages 5 - 17 with significant behaviour issues such as fighting, breaking rules, having difficulties in friendships, falling behind academically or having problems negotiating adult expectations. Problems are serious enough to be noticed at home, at school, with peers or in the community. The following list are programs offered through the service: The Incredible Years Parenting Program is a parent training group for parents with children ages 6 to 12 who display non-compliant, disruptive and aggressive behaviour. The Dinosaur Social Skills Program is a social skills training group for children, ages 6 to 8, who demonstrate challenging behaviours including non-compliance to adult requests, disruptive/aggressive behavior and social behavior difficulties. The CATCH Classroom is a day treatment classroom, for children, ages 6 to 8 with clinically significant emotional, behavioural and learning complexities across settings. The CATCH Classroom is a partnership with the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). Referrals to the above programs are parent referral. The Addressing Behaviour and Treatment Effectiveness Project (ABATE) is a treatment study to evaluate the effectiveness of individualized child and family treatment compared to group-based parent and child treatment for children aged 9 – 12. For more information on the ABATE project, please call 416-535-8501, ext. 33642. For assessments not specific to the above listed programs a doctor referral is required.
Gender Identity Service: assess, treat and help children, youth, ages 3-18, and their families better understand a young person’s struggle with gender identity development and any related behavioural or emotional problems associated. We also assess adolescents who are concerned about being sexually aroused by cross-dressing. As well, the Gender Identity Service offers consultation to other professionals (physicians, psychologists, social workers, teachers and other health care workers) locally, across Canada and in the United States. We accept referrals from any health care professional, parent or youth aged 16 and older. Contact 416-535-8501, ext. 34040 for more information.
General Consultation Service: consultations for children and adolescents, up to the age of 17, who may have a variety of adjustment, emotional, behavioral, family or parenting difficulties. Referrals by physician required.
Mood and Anxiety Service: assessments for children and youth ages 3 - 17 who have anxiety or mood issues. We help the child, youth and their family better understand the problem after assessment. We also recommend treatment when appropriate. Doctor referral required.
Psychotic Disorders Service: Assess children under the age of 14, along with their families, who are referred with concerns involving psychotic disorders (such as schizophrenia) or symptoms of psychosis. A referral is required from your family doctor, pediatrician or psychiatrist.
SAPACCY: provides support and counselling to Black youth and their families who are dealing with problem substance use. Our programs include individual therapy, group therapy and early intervention and prevention. Contact 416-535-8501, ext. 36767 for more information.
TAPP-C: for children and youth up to 18 years old, who have been involved in fire related behaviour or show an interest in fire related behaviour. The program works in conjunction with the Fire service professionals who provide families with home fire-safety checks and fire-safety education. CAMH staff provide assessment and parent- and child-focused treatment. We accept referrals from any health care professional. Visit our website at www.tapp-c.com
The Youth Addiction and Concurrent Disorders Service (YACDS): offer a range of specialized treatment options for clients with substance use concerns with or without co-occurring mental health issues. Contact 416-535-8501, ext. 1730 for more information on the following services or to make a referral:
YACDS Outpatient Services:
The Outpatient Services offer consultation, assessment, treatment, case management and research. Treatment options include individual therapy, family support, education and counseling, group treatment and day treatment. The inter-professional team consists of Child and Youth Work, Psychiatry, Psychology, Social Work, Teaching staff, professional students and volunteers.
1) Clients between the ages of 14-24
2) Clients be willing to address substance use and mental health concerns
3) Client able to attend appointments
Referrals are accepted from clients, families and/or service providers. We would like referrals where ever possible.
YACDS Day Hospital:
Part of our continuum of care within YACDS, and the broader concurrent disorders care delivery system. This is a “step-up/step-down” program or avert to hospitalization. Offering specialized consultation, assessment and follow-up for youth. The treatment includes individual support, family support, education, counseling and day treatment. Inter-professional team will assess and facilitate disposition directing to appropriate intensity and location of concurrent mental health and substance use services. Outreach Worker to facilitate youth engagement with community resources to promote and sustain their recovery
1) Adolescents ages 14-18 years
2) Concurrent substance use and mental health concerns
Referrals from community agencies, child welfare, youth justice and hospitals.
This is 12 bed secure unit with a provincial mandate. Seeking to serve the vulnerable, disadvantaged and underserviced population of clients with complex concurrent substance use and mental health issues, the unit is able to accommodate male and female clients with a 3-6 weeks length of stay. Clients will receive cconsultation, assessment, stabilization, treatment and extensive discharge planning. Treatment encompasses various evidence-based approaches such as DBT, CBT and MI. It also includes medical withdrawal management, medication: initiation, review, optimization and psychological testing.
The inter-professional team includes: Psychiatry, Social Work, Psychology, Recreation and Occupational Therapy, Child and Youth Work, Nursing, Pharmacy and Primary Care.
1) Adolescents ages 14-18 years
2) Complex mental health and substance use difficulties
3) DSM-IV criteria – with flexibility
Referrals from community agencies, child welfare, youth justice, hospitals, families/self
|Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0101||Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Child, Youth and Family Program, Psychiatric Consultation Service||Intergenerational Building
80 Workman Way, 1st floor
Toronto, ON M6J 1H4
|416-535-8501 ext 4366||General Assessment Service provides assessment of children and youth with a wide variety of problems (including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), conduct disorder, oppositional behavior, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, mood disorders and pervasive developmental disorder) as well as children with adjustment or family problems.||Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0003||Child Development Resource Connection Peel, Coordinated Information Peel (CIP)||75 Watline Ave, Ste 103
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E5
|905-890-9432||Coordinated Information Peel is a no fee information service in Peel Region with information on services related to Autism, Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health, Respite, Child Protection, Behavior Management, Infant Development and Special Needs for children, youth and adults. Types of information available include types of service, eligibility criteria, locations of agencies, areas served, hours of service and program costs. Interpretive services are available.
||Telephone Service Mon-Thu 9 am-6 pm; Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0016||Child Development Resource Connection Peel, PEP Start||75 Watline Ave, Ste 103
Mississauga, ON L4Z 3E9
|905-568-8897||PEP-START is a rotating drop-in clinic designed for families, in Peel Region, with children (newborn-5yrs) who are concerned about their child's development. PEP-START offers parents the opportunity to consult briefly with professionals from community agencies in any or all of the following areas:
* Speech and Language: A speech and language pathologist will briefly screen your child in the area of speech and language development.
* Parenting/Behaviour: A preschool consultant will briefly discuss your questions and concerns regarding your child's behaviour.
* Preschool Devlopment: A resource teacher will briefly respond to questions or concerns in all areas of development and learning.
* Infant/Toddler Development: An Infant Development Consultant will briefly discuss questions about your baby's behaviour and development.
* General Health and Nutrition: A Public Health Nurse will briefly discuss questions about your child's health and nutrition.
This is an Early Identification Clinic and is not intended for children who have already been identified as needing special services such as assessment or diagnosis. Children known to have a delay should be referred directly to the appropriate agency.
See www.cdrcp.com (Pep-Start) for clinic dates and times.
|CMH0153||Credit Valley Hospital, Mental Health Services, Child and Family Services||Credit Valley Hospital
2200 Eglinton Ave W, main floor, Child and Family Sevices
Mississauga, ON L5M 2N1
|905-813-4421; 905-813-4426||Psychological assessment, treatment, group work, parent support and consultation for children (birth-12yrs) and adolescents (13-18yrs) and their families.
CHILDRENS SERVICES includes:
Assessment, treatment and consultation for children (birth-12yrs) and their families for developmental, emotional, behavioural, interpersonal, and psychiatric problems.
Services offered include
Individual, group and family therapy provided by a multidisciplinary team.
Special programs for autistic spectrum disorders, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders, and anxiety disorders including OCD and selective mutism.
ADOLESCENT SERVICES includes:
Assessment, treatment and consultation for adolescents (13-18yrs) and their families suffering from interpersonal, emotional, behavioural, and psychiatric problems.
Services offered include:
Individual, group and family therapy provided by a multidisciplinary team.
Group therapy programs that use a solution-focused, goal-directed treatment approach.
|Monday -Thursday 9 am-5 pm; Friday 8 am-4 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0067||Credit Valley Hospital, Pervasive Developmental Disorder Program||2200 Eglinton Ave W
Mississauga, ON L5M 2N1
|905-813-4426||Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDDs), also known as autistic spectrum disorders, refer to a group of neurobiological conditions that are characterized by delayed development of communication and social skills.||Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CMH0035||Dufferin Peel Catholic District School Board, Psychology Department||Catholic Education Centre
40 Matheson Blvd W
Mississauga, ON L5R 1C5
|905-890-0708 ext 24330||Services provided include:
*Assessment of academic, intellectual, social, and emotional development
*Consultation with teachers, parents, and families about learning, social and behavioral problems.
*Diagnosing of various intellectual, perceptual, learning, behavioral, developmental, emotional, or personality disorders.
*Counselling individual students or groups of students with personal or family issues (such as family separation, loss of a family member, or behavioral problems)
*Assessment as to whether a child or adolescent qualifies for special education programs.
*Training in study skills.
*Helping students to develop social skills or academic motivation.
*Providing peer support groups for gifted students.
*Offering in-service programs for educators, other board personnel, and parents.
*Providing referrals to community resources and liaising as necessary.
School psychology staff members are listed on Board's web-site.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0078||Easter Seals Ontario, Provincial Office||One Concorde Gate, Ste 700
Toronto, ON M3C 3N6
|416-421-8377||Easter Seals offers the following programs dedicated to helping children, youth and young adults achieve their full individual potential and future independence.
* Residential and Family Camp
Provide a camping experience to a child that is fun and safe while promoting the development of life skills that enhance future independence building self-esteem through activities that challenge each child's individual abilities and providing opportunities for social interaction and building friendships.
*Recreational Choices Funding Program
Parents choose a recreation program that they feel is best for their child. This could include another residential camping program; day camp; swimming lessons; or another recreational program that takes place during the summer.
Easter Seals will fund up to $250 towards the cost. This program is open to all children/youth (5-18yrs) registered with Easter Seals.
* Direct Financial Assistance
Offers direct financial assistance to individual families. Easter Seals Ontario acts as a third party funder and as such has no role in prescribing or recommending equipment, selecting a vendor/contractor or in the relationship between the parent and vendor.
Children and young adults (birth to 19th birthday) with physical disabilities, who are registered with Easter Seals Ontario, qualify for financial assistance towards the purchase of eligible services and special equipment.
Easter Seals financial assistance program picks up where the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care's Assistive Devices Program (ADP), insurance and other family resources leave off. The list of eligible equipment and services is reviewed regularly and priority is given to mobility and communication devices. Easter Seals' funding contribution is based on availability of funds.
* Feature Scholarships
Rose Brodie Provincial Ambassador Scholarship Fund
Frank Henry Ralph Pounsett Scholarship Fund
Truelove Dell Scholarship Fund
Beatrice Drinnan Spence Scholarship Fund
* Incontinence Supplies Grant Program
Program for children and youth with chronic disabilities (physical or developmental) that result in irreversible incontinence or retention problems lasting longer than six months requiring the use of incontinence supplies.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0135||Family Services of Peel, Adult Protective Services Worker (APSW)||151 City Centre Dr, Ste 501
Mississauga, ON L5B 1M7
|Intake 905-453-5775||The Adult Protective Service Worker works with adults 18 and older who have a developmental disability and are living on their own in the community. The worker will assist the individual to identify their strengths and needs and provide support, problem-solving, and life skills. Coordination and case management are also provided along with advocacy and guidance to the appropriate community resources.
This program is offered at the following locations:
7700 Hurontario Street, Suite 601
151 City Centre Drive, Suite 501
*Mon - 9am to 5pm *Tues-Thur - 9am to 9pm *Fri - 9am to 5pm
*Mon-Thur - 9am to 9pm *Fri - 9am to 5pm
|CDR0242||Fragile X Research Foundation of Canada||167 Queen St W
Brampton, ON L6Y 1M5
|905-453-9366||The Fragile X Research Foundation of Canada is a non-profit organization which is dedicated to funding biomedical research for improved treatment and, ultimately, a cure for Fragile X. Fragile X is not only the leading inherited cause of mental impairment, it is also one of the most common single-gene diseases in humans, affecting approximately 1 in 3000 people worldwide.||Add Record|
|CDR0055||Human Services Department, Region of Peel, Children's Services Operations||10 Peel Centre Drive
Brampton, ON L6T 0E3
|Information Line 905-791-1585||The Region of Peel’s Human Services Department leads, plans, and manages a region-wide early learning and childcare system that provides families and children with access to a broad range of family-centred, coordinated services.
Children’s Services operates 12 licensed Learn. Play. Care. Centres located in Brampton and Mississauga for up to 846 children, using the HighScope curriculum – a fun, proven approach to learning through hands on experiences.
Learn. Play. Care. Centres provide inclusive, high quality learning and childcare services for children ages 18 months to 5 years. One centre provides evening care for children up to 12 years of age. Another centre provides a specialized infant therapeutic program that supports the development of a healthy attachment between parents and infants. Our centres provide inclusive programming for up to 72 children with special needs.
Child Care Special Needs Access Point Peel (Child Care SNAP – Peel) provides a single point of access to coordinated services supporting inclusion to preschool children with special needs in licensed child care. Parents and professionals seeking support or services can call 905-791-7800, extension 7627.
Children’s Services has contractual relationships with over 140 service providers throughout the Region of Peel, 5 special needs resourcing agencies, 2 family resource centres, and United Way. Through the purchase of service of childcare spaces, Human Services is able to provide childcare fee subsidy for over 4000 children a month.
Community Programs and Workshops:
• Family literacy workshops in 74 school sites 23 community sites across the Region of Peel
• Parenting workshops
• Early Learning Programs in Peel Shelters
• Training and Employment Programs for Single Parents
• Mobile Early Education – Learning in our Neighbourhood (LION)
• Early Literacy Workshops for Professionals, Parents/Caregivers through the Ontario Early Years Centres (OEYC)
• Various other supportive services for service providers
For more information, visit www.peelregion.ca
|Administration Office: Mon-Fri - 8:30am-4:30pm
Learn, Play, Care Child Care Centres: Mon-Fri 7am-6pm
Chinguacousy Child Care Centre: 7am-11:30pm
|CDR0063||Infant and Child Development Services Peel||6660 Kennedy Rd, Ste 200
Mississauga, ON L5T 2M9
|905-564-7485||This service offers family-centred intervention to families of infants and young children to 6 years (living in Peel) with developmental risks. In-home or office visits (individual and group based), consultation, assessment and screening, service coordination, intervention, counselling and community education are provided. Resources available include: toy and equipment library; book library. Student placements are offered in specific instances.
Infant and Child Development Services Peel participates in community planning and activities described in Making Services Work for People, and through Success By 6 Peel and the Best Start Network.
Sponsored by Trillium Health Partners.
|* OfficeMon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm * in-house & office visit hours may vary (including Sat & evenings)||Add Record|
|CDR0080||Ontario Track 3 Ski Association for the Disabled||61 Advance Rd, Unit 4
Etobicoke, ON M8Z 2S6
|416-233-3872||Offers ski and snowboard instruction to disabled children and youth. Program includes ski equipment and transportation to and from the following ski areas (where possible):
Glen Eden, Milton
Hawks Ski School
Centennial Park, Etobicoke
Earl Bales, North York
GEORGIAN TRIANGLE AREA:
Talisman Ski Resort
Craigleith Ski Club
Alpine Ski Club
Osler Ski Club
Beaver Valley Ski Club
Battawa Ski Club
Mount St Louis-Moonstone
Assist at various location with Board of Education Ski Trips
|Office Hours Mon-Fri 9:30am-4pm||Add Record|
|CDR0057||Ontario. Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Central West Region||6733 Mississauga Rd, Ste 200
Mississauga, ON L5N 6J5
|Office 905-567-7177 * Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) 905-897-3100||Administers the following programs:
PROGRAM REVIEW AND COMPLIANCE UNIT
Licences children's residential services, nursery schools, child care centres and home child care agencies. Provides consulting, advisory, inspection and licensing services to proposed and existing day nurseries. Responds to complaints from the public.
CHILDREN'S AND ADULT SERVICES
Provides social services for adults and children. Acts in supervisory and consultative capacities for local agencies.
ASSISTANCE FOR CHILDREN WITH SEVERE DISABILITIES (ACSD)
Formerly known as the Handicapped Children's Benefit (HCB), this program provides help to parents to assist with some of the extra costs of caring for a child who has a disability. The purpose of the benefit is to help children who have disabilities live as normal a life as possible at home and in the community. Assistance provided through the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
SPECIAL SERVICES AT HOME (SSAH)
Helps children with developmental or physical disabilities and adults with a developmental disability to live at home with their families by providing funding on a time-limited basis to address individual needs. With this funding, families can purchase supports and services which they could not normally provide themselves and are not available elsewhere in the community.
ONTARIO DISABILITY SUPPORT PROGRAM (ODSP)
Has two components:
Income support program for people with disabilities who are in financial need
Employment support program that recognizes many people with disabilities can and do want to work.
Central West Regional Financial Office
6733 Mississauga Rd, Ste 200
Mississauga, ON L5N 6J5
905-567-7177 * fax 905-567-3215
Income Support 905-897- 3242 * fax 905-897-7419 * TTY 905-897-3109
Employment Support 905-897-3109 * TTY 905-897-3162
|Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm||Add Record|
|CDR0079||Reach for the Rainbow||20 Torlake Cres
Toronto, ON M8Z 1B3
|416-503-0088||Reach for the Rainbow (RFTR) is a registered charity serving children and young adults with developmental and physical disabilities from across Ontario. Working with Partners in Integration, Reach for the Rainbow works to provide integrated recreational, respite and outreach opportunities.
The agency's integrated programs are designed to:
Provide an opportunity for children and youth with physical and/or developmental disabilities living at home to participate in integrated summer camps and community programs;
Provide training opportunities for camp staff and on-going consultation with parents and campers to help ensure a successful, integrated experience that benefits parents, campers, staff, and community alike;
Allow the opportunity for respite care in valued settings. Respite strengthens families caring for individuals with disabilities at home and creates a positive impact on their quality of life.
|Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5:00 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0288||Special Olympics Ontario, Region 5, Brampton Programs||18 Wynford Dr, Ste 300
Toronto, ON M3C 3S2
|* Toronto Office 416-447-8326
* Brampton 905-454-0292
|Special Olympics programs provide year round sport training and competition for individuals with an intellectual disability * offers community-based programs, whose primary instrument of program delivery is the local sport clubs * gives athletes the opportunity to attend frequently held invitational and regional meets * local programs available in Brampton include: basketball, curling, rhythmic gymnastics, boys martial gym, 5-pin bowling, 10-pin bowling; swimming, golf, softball; T-ball, track & field, indoor and outdoor soccer||Toronto Office Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0289||Special Olympics Ontario, Region 5, Mississauga Programs||18 Wynford Dr, Ste 300
Toronto, ON M3C 3S2
|1-888-333-5515||Special Olympics program * provides year round sport training and competition for individuals with an intellectual disability * offers community-based programs, whose primary instrument of program delivery is the local sport clubs * gives athletes the opportunity to attend frequently held invitational and regional meets * local programs available in Peel Region include: basketball; 5-pin bowling; Youth Athletic Club; floor hockey; skating; skiing; power lifting; golf; softball; T-ball; outdoor soccer * offered in Brampton and Mississauga||Provincial Office Mon-Fri 9 am-5 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0038||Trillium Health Centre, Children's Services||100 Queensway W
Mississauga, ON L5B 1B8
|905-848-7100||Trillium Health Centre offers one of the largest, most comprehensive childrens programs in the region. Services include:
* Asthma Education Centre
Offers children and their families information to become more proactive in monitoring and controlling asthma.
* Autism Services
Trillium Health Centre is a subcontractor for Erinoak, who is the lead agency for a new Autism Initiative. Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) is provided for children meeting designated criteria.
* Canadian Clinic For Adopted Children
Offers medical and developmental consultation services to individuals and their families involved in domestic and international adoption.
* Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services
Provides outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and their families.
* Children's Emergency Follow-up Consultation Clinic
Children are seen by a pediatrician within 1-3 days when an urgent referral is made by an Emergency Care Centre physician or by a family physician after children have been seen and discharged from the Emergency Care Centre.
* Children's Procedure Clinic
Blood tests and other minor procedures are done by pediatric nurses in a child-friendly environment.
* Intensive Care Nursery
Trillium's Level II Nursery has a 14-bed capacity and provides care to newborns requiring intensive care supporting short-term ventilation of pre-term infants (33wks gestation or greater). Lactation consultants are available to support breastfeeding.
* Kidz Klinic
Walk-in/after hours clinic provides care for children beyond the hours offered by most pediatricians and family physicians.
* Neonatal Follow-up Clinic
Offers developmental assessments for infants who have been identified as being potentially at risk for developmental delay.
* Pediatric Diabetes Clinic (REGIONAL PROGRAM)
A multidisciplinary team helps children and their families to learn about diabetes and how to better manage it.
* Pediatric Outpatient Services (POPS)
150 Sherway Dr, Etobicoke
A multidisciplinary assessment/treatment program whose team includes occupational therapists, psychologists and speech and language pathologists. Provides assessment, diagnosis and treatment for preschoolers (2-5½yrs) who have developmental disabilities such as autism or Aspergers disorder.
For residents of Mississauga & West end Etobicoke or surrounding areas whose doctors have admitting privileges at Trillium.
* Pediatric Sexual Assault Service (REGIONAL PROGRAM)
Provides medical and counseling support to children and their families.
* Pediatrics Unit: 15-bed inpatient unit provides care and treatment to children (up to 18yrs).
* Peel Behavioral Services
Offers functional behavioural assessments, individual behavioural programs, brief interventions, consultative assistance, educational sessions, groups and a resource library for children (2yrs & over) and their families. Treatment provided in-home, in daycare settings and in schools.
Appointment necessary; must be residents of Peel Region.
* Infant and Child Development Services Peel (for children 6yrs & under)
Offers family-centred intervention to families of infants and young children with developmental risks. Provides in-home or office visits, consultation, assessment and screening.
* SOCIAL WORK
Provides assessment and counseling to children, adolescents and their families who are coping with physical and/or mental health conditions, hospitalization, conflicts, trauma and loss.
* SURGERY SERVICES
Provides surgical procedures for children including tonsillectomies, ear tubes, hernia repairs etc.
|CDR0059||Trillium Health Partners, Children's Services, Paediatric Outpatient Services||150 Sherway Dr
Etobicoke, ON M9C 1A5
|416-521-4120||P.O.P.S. is a multidisciplinary assessment/treatment program whose team includes occupational therapists, psychologists and speech and language pathologists.
Provides assessment, diagnosis and treatment for preschoolers (2-5 ½yrs) who have developmental disabilities such as autism or Asperger's disorder. Counseling, education and support is offered to families. The P.O.P.S. team connects families with community services and provides ongoing collaboration.
|Mon-Fri 8 am-4 pm||Add Record|
|CDR0061||William Osler Health Centre, Maternal Infant / Child Health Services, Pediatrics Program||2100 Bovaird Dr E
Brampton, ON L6R 3J7
|Brampton 416-494-2120 * Etobicoke 416-494-2120||Provides family-centred pediatric care at both hospital campuses. Regional Children's Health Centre (RCHC); clinics available in-hospital as well as in the community; short stay units; in-patient services for medical, surgical and mental health care; day surgery; after-hours clinic.
Ambulatory clinics include: developmental care; asthma clinic; diabetes clinic; nutrition counseling; pre-admission clinic; outreach programs at local schools; pediatric tours for schools; education days at schools; child protection program.
Offered at the following locations:
Brampton Civic Hospital
2100 Bovaird Dr E
(Bovaird Dr E & Bramalea Rd)
Etobicoke Hospital Campus
101 Humber College Blvd
(Hwy 27 & Finch Ave)