Monday, July 9, 2018, Toronto – Cresa Toronto has announced a $56,000 financial contribution to Surrey Place.
Surrey Place helps people living with developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and visual impairments learn new skills, gain self-confidence and find hope so that they have every opportunity to lead healthy and socially inclusive lives.
“We thank Cresa Toronto and Mr. Hoehn for their leadership and commitment to our organization, and the enhancement of new and innovative projects, partnerships, and programs that will continue to impact the lives of the many individuals, family members, caregivers, and community partners that rely on our important work,” said Mr. Steven Finlay, Chief Executive Officer of Surrey Place.
With the generous financial contribution from Cresa Toronto, the following projects will benefit from their commitment:
- the systems modernization and integration project that will help us move towards one electronic clinical record and plan of care for children and youth with multiple and/or complex special needs and their families;
- the ongoing investments in clinical practice guidelines, tools and online resources for family physicians and primary care providers as part of the Developmental Disabilities Primary Care Program;
- the further expansion of wellness services for children, youth, families and caregivers navigating the Toronto Autism Services as part of the Ontario Autism Program;
- the expanded partnership with Sioux Lookout First Nation Health Authority to clinically screen, assess and support children and youth with developmental disabilities and build clinical capacity in Northern Ontario;
- the new partnership with the Inner-City Family Health Team, Community Living Toronto, the City of Toronto and the Ministry of Community and Social Services that will better support the neuropsychological assessment needs of persons experiencing severe poverty and homelessness.
“As a socially responsible, community minded organization, Cresa Toronto is proud to support the tremendous work being done by Surrey Place to enhance the quality of care for families and communities in Toronto,” said Mr. Sean Hoehn, Cresa Toronto. “We have a long-standing history of giving back to the Toronto community, and we are humbled to play a role in providing the programs and services that more than 7,500 individuals access through Surrey Place in 2017,” said Mr. Jamie Grossman, Managing Principal at Cresa Toronto.
“We reached out to some of our funding partners to join us in supporting our signature projects and were so pleased to have Cresa Toronto immediately offer their financial commitment to ensuring the continued progress in these important and innovative initiatives,” said Mr. Alain Mootoo, Vice President of Finance and Administration of Surrey Place.
As a leader in the sector, Surrey Place sets standards, delivering specialized evidence-based care and sharing research, best practices, and resources that support community connections, increasing public awareness, and ensure continuous improvement and innovation.
Ms. Vaso Charitsis, BBA
Communications and Marketing Advisor
T: 416-925-5141 ext. 2108
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