CTN is mask friendly. Masks are available onsite for anyone that prefers to wear one.
While receiving in-person clinical services, the family's choice will be honoured. If a client or family wishes to have masking during a clinical interaction, CTN employees will respect this request.
CTN employees will comply with the highest-level precautions - whether that is CTN’s health and safety measures or the measures of the site they are working from.
For the protection of the kids and youth we serve, their families and our employees, CTN continues to have several COVID-19 health and safety measures in place including hand washing and routine cleaning protocols.
CTN continues to deliver services both virtually and in person. If you have questions about your child’s appointment, please speak to your service provider or a member of the team.
Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health recommends that adults, youth and kids six months and older get their COVID-19 vaccinations. A booster shot(s) is also suggested, for those who are eligible. Appointments can be booked through the Ontario vaccine booking system.
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The health and safety of the kids, youth, and families we serve as well as the wellbeing of employees and partners are at the centre of our planning for in-person services. Our approach to service delivery is guided by Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer, the Ministry of Health and Public Health Ontario guidelines and is adjusted based on this guidance.
Canada's National Ballet School - Adaptive Dance Program - Toronto
The NBS Kids – Adaptive Dance Program was created by Canada’s National Ballet School (NBS), in consultation with Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital.
Autism Ontario - Youth Cooking Program (8-17) - Online
Autistic youth 8-17 are invited to join our 8-weeks virtual cooking program where they will advance their culinary skills and try new foods.
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