The well-being of our clients, families, staff and visitors is our top priority. This site provides information, resources, and online activities that might help you and your family cope during this difficult time.
The tools on this page have been vetted by our clinicians. We will continue to update as we find out more.
For up-to-date information about Ontario’s COVID-19 response, please visit the provincial government’s COVID-19 information page.
If you want to learn more about our programs and services, please call 1-833-575-KIDS (5437) for children and youth programs, and 1-855-372-3858 to learn more about our adult programs.
Information about Coronavirus
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a new type of illness. It is related to the common cold virus. There are now a number of people in Canada who have it.
Those affected by COVID-19 may have symptoms that are mild or severe, similar to a cold or flu. These symptoms include fever, cough and difficulty breathing. They can also experience nausea and diarrhea. Some people with COVID-19 may not have any symptoms.
Because this is now affecting people in Canada and there has been lots of discussion in the news about it, we have created easy-to-read information about Coronavirus for you to use.
For more information about COVID-19 or if you are experiencing any of the symptoms, call:
Toronto Public Health Hotline : 416-338-7600
Telehealth Ontario: +1 866-797-0000
Resources for Individuals
These online resources have been curated by our clinicians to help you access information and keep busy while at home. We are committed to sharing resources to help engage and support people with developmental disabilities and their families. We have compiled a list of online tools that provide accessible and up-to-date information. This page will be updated regularly as new resources become available.
Resources for Parents
These tools and activities have been curated by our clinicians to help parents continue their child’s education and encourage play that is enriching. Here you will find tools to support your child’s understanding of virus health and safety, as well as information and activities for at-home learning. Resources include educational games and videos, speech language and augmentative communication resources, as well as exercises to support a healthy mind and body. This page will be updated regularly as new resources become available.