CTN helps to build brighter futures for over 23,000 children and youth with disabilities and other developmental needs.
CTN and the services provided by our network partners are funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) and are free for families. However, there may be costs associated with provision of special equipment, materials or supplies needed by some children. Some children also require customized equipment, which is sometimes accessed through Ontario’s Assistive Devices Program (ADP). If you are interested in purchasing a piece of equipment for your child or want to learn more about customized equipment, we encourage you to speak with your service provider prior to making any purchases. Service providers can share the detailed rules on Ontario’s ADP and help ensure equipment is the best choice to meet your child and family’s needs.
We are committed to providing our clients and their families with high quality services. We welcome your feedback through our family relations policy (complaints and compliments). Please visit our policies for instructions on how to share your feedback.
Boomerang Health - Virtual Social Skills & Self-Regulation Group - Online
Social Skills & Self-Regulation Group is aimed at children in grades four and five who could benefit from support with their social skills and self-regulation. Participants will learn core concepts from the well-established Social Thinking® and Zones of Regulation® programs.
Kerry's Place - (FFS) Master Minds: A "How To" Guide To Homework (Ages 11-13) - Online
Do you want to learn how to stay organized? Do you want to become more independent with your time management, organization, motivation and problem solving when it comes to your school work? You will leave this group with helpful ideas to use when studying or completing your homework.
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