CTN helps to build brighter futures for over 26,000 children and youth with disabilities and other developmental needs. Funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS), CTN works with partner organizations in the health, education and community sectors to provide approximately 110,000+ service visits per year.
CTN’s focus is on supporting children who need long-term support for a range of diagnoses, disabilities and developmental needs from birth to their 19th birthday (or up until high school graduation). Our clients often require multiple interventions such as physiotherapy, medical, speech and/or occupational therapies. Please note that some of our clinics, programs and services stop serving children and youth at specific ages due to ministry guidelines. If you have a question about when specific services will end for you or your child please contact us at 1-866-377-0286.
If your child requires a single-service stemming from learning, mental health or rehabilitation needs, speak to your healthcare provider about services that are targeted to your child, or contact us and we’ll happily connect you with the agency that can better serve your child’s needs.
If you have questions, please call us at 1-866-377-0286.
Si vous avez des questions, veuillez communiquer avec nous au 1 866 377-0286.
Engaging Minds Learning Group - Sensory Sensitive Haircuts - Collingwood
Sensory Friendly Haircuts once a month on Mondays starting December 6th, 2021. Haircuts are priced at $25 (regardless of age).
For individuals who are more hesitant, please, book a 15 min gradual spot which will allow time for the individual to come sit in the room, play with toys and slowly increase tolerance to the sensory elements of the haircut process (water spray, sounds of buzzer if used, sound and feel of scissors).
Kerry's Place - (FFS) Sibling Story Time - Online
Sibling Story time is a group that provides the opportunity for young children with a sibling with ASD to learn about and embrace difference. The group consists of a storybook reading, a related activity, and a follow-up parent debrief to discuss the story, its themes, and how to respond to questions that may arise later on. The storybook this month will be “No Such Thing As Normal” by Megan Desjardins.
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