CHEO – OCTC’s clinical services for children and youth with special needs are currently spread across numerous locations in the region.  This fractured delivery model  is simply not meeting the needs of 40,000 families in Eastern Ontario who use CHEO – OCTC’s developmental, rehabilitation, behavioural and mental health services, funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Child and Youth Services. It’s a model that tells these families their experiences don’t matter.  We want to bring eight locations under one roof — to create a single door for better access and care. The facilities at these eight locations are outdated, in poor condition and not suitable for the delivery of care and services required by these vulnerable children and youth. Every extra door adds to the burden on 40,000 already overburdened families.  Let’s show Besan and her family— that their experiences do matter with the #1door4care solution.

CHEO – OCTC’s clinical services for children and youth with special needs are currently spread across numerous locations in the region.

This fractured delivery model  is simply not meeting the needs of 40,000 families in Eastern Ontario who use CHEO – OCTC’s developmental, rehabilitation, behavioural and mental health services, funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Child and Youth Services. It’s a model that tells these families their experiences don’t matter.

We want to bring eight locations under one roof — to create a single door for better access and care. The facilities at these eight locations are outdated, in poor condition and not suitable for the delivery of care and services required by these vulnerable children and youth. Every extra door adds to the burden on 40,000 already overburdened families.

Let’s show Besan and her family— that their experiences do matter with the #1door4care solution.