The new school year is well underway and we all know that life is different. During this time, we recognize that you are facing extraordinary circumstances related to the pandemic and it is important for you to know that we are here to support you and your family.
The health and safety of our employees, service providers and the children, youth, families that we serve, is our utmost priority. We continue to deliver most of our services virtually through phone or video appointments except when they need to be delivered in person based on the child’s need. We also continue to work with school boards to ensure access to on-site service is available where barriers to virtual service delivery exist.
As we navigate the ongoing pandemic together, CTN staff and service providers are here to support you. We encourage you to stay connected with your service provider to address any questions or concerns that need immediate attention. Our ACCESS and SBRS teams are also available if you have any questions or need assistance. Our ACCESS team can be reached at 1-866-377-0286 for general inquiries or SBRS team at 1-877-972-7277 for SBRS related inquiries.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Virtual + in person based on client need + curbside pickup of equipment
Virtual + in person based on client need
Brief Resource Service
Coordinated Service Planning (CSP)
Virtual + curbside pickup/porch drop off (e.g. equipment, documents, etc.)
Diagnostic Assessment and Consultation Services (DACS)
(Autism Spectrum Diagnostic Hub – Central Region)
Virtual + in person assessments based on client need
Family Mentor Program
Key Service and Support Coordination
Medical Consultation Services
Recreation Loan Program
Curbside pickup based on therapist recommendation. For more information, please visit our website
School Based Rehabilitation Services (SBRS)
Virtual + in person based on health and safety needs
Seating and Mobility
Kinark- Caregivers Converse Support Group - "Advice to my Younger Self"
Research has shown that caregivers of children with autism experience challenges that can lead to stress and isolation. Finding the time to care for your own physical and mental well being, meet others, and speak about your experiences can be challenging. Facilitated by our social worker, our caregiver support group aims to empower caregivers of children with autism by creating a safe space where you can share your experiences, as well as gain understanding and support from other caregivers with similar experiences.
Kinark- Caregivers Converse Support Group - "Making Time for Me! (Ages 11 – 15)"
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