CTN supports over 26,000 kids and youth with disabilities and developmental needs in their homes, communities and schools. Together with our network of over 50 private and public service partners in the health, education and community sectors, we provide intake, service navigation and coordinated service planning, assessment and diagnostic services, as well as specialized clinics and rehabilitation services, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech language therapy. CTN also provides and supports access to some autism services and is a member of the York Simcoe Autism Network.
Mission: Together with our partners we work with kids, youth and their families to support their development and well-being.
Vision: A vibrant community where all kids, youth and families belong.
CTN and the services provided by its contracted network partners are funded by Ontario’s Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS).
CTN focuses on supporting kids with a range of disabilities and developmental needs from birth to their 19th birthday, or up until high school graduation.
Through 10 shared service sites and other community locations and schools, CTN supports families primarily in York Region and Simcoe County, as well as Central and West Toronto, Dufferin, Halton, Peel, Waterloo and Wellington for some services. CTN provides clients and their families access to a range of programs and services to support child and youth development and participation at home, at school and in the community. Services are grounded in CTN’s clinical pillars: Family Centred Service Delivery, Integrated Services, the F Words of Child Development and Solution Focused Coaching. CTN’s services include:
CTN services are delivered through an innovative network of partner organizations which helps provide integrated, coordinated and seamless service across the health, education, rehabilitation, developmental services and other community support sectors.
CTN’s shared client record anchors this approach to service delivery. The record is used by partner organizations to help develop integrated plans of care and services. It reduces the need for families to retell their story, allows for efficient sharing of clinical information and helps make transitions between service providers and programs easier for families.
People are always at the centre of the services that CTN provides with a focus on supporting the needs of kids, youth and their families.
Children’s Treatment Network has approximately 100 full-time employees and more than 270 contracted service providers from 20 agencies dedicated to supporting kids and youth with disabilities and developmental needs, as well as their families.
Whether working directly with families or providing behind-the-scenes support in an administrative function, our team is passionate about being there for kids and youth in their homes, communities and schools.
Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Canada Accredited
CTN offers services through over 50 public and private partner organizations in the education, health and community sectors. Through its network model and shared client record, CTN and its partners engage families at all levels within the network allowing us to provide coordinated services and integrated plans of care.
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