Dear clients, caregivers, and community members,
Last month, we reopened our South Office (2 Surrey Place) and our East Office for limited in-person appointments. Today, I’m pleased to announce that we will also be reopening our West and North Offices for limited in-person appointments on Monday, June 14.
We will continue to service TRE-ADD, Kindercampus, and other clients and caregivers who fall within our Priority 1: Urgent Health and Safety Focus guidelines.
Clients in this priority group must meet the following criteria:
- There is an immediate health and safety concern such as physical pain/significant discomfort.
- The client is at risk for hospital emergency visits or hospitalization if service is not provided.
- There is a need that may be addressed and would positively impact the quality of life.
Our clinicians will be contacting their clients to schedule in-person appointments.
Your safety is still our top priority, which is why we will ensure all our offices follow strict safety protocol that includes screening all visitors, using appropriate personal protection equipment, signage to encourage physical distancing, and increased sanitization.
We’re also here to help our community feel more prepared in getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Through our Resource Library, we have a wide variety of COVID-19 vaccine tools and guides for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, families, and healthcare professionals. If you’re a Surrey Place client and want to learn more about future vaccine opportunities, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-925-5141 ext. 4444.
In addition to offering limited in-person appointments, we will continue to work remotely and provide our high-quality Telehealth services. 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.
Stay safe, and be well,
Terri Hewitt, Ph.D., C.Psych.
Chief Executive Officer