What We Do

We provide therapy services that assist children who are delayed in their development to develop the skills they need in everyday life such as walking, talking, and activities of daily living.

History

The Centre was incorporated in 1972 and opened in October 1975 in Peterborough.  The Centre now has offices in Minden, Campbellford, Cobourg, Lindsay and Peterborough to serve children in the counties of Haliburton, Northumberland, Peterborough and the City of Kawartha Lakes.

Who We Are

The Centre is a non-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.  The Ministry of Children and Youth Services and the City of Peterborough fund most of the services provided by the Centre.  Additionally, the Centre provides School Health Support Services (therapy at school) under contract with the two local Access Centres.  The Centre also has a Foundation with the sole purpose to fundraise on behalf of the Centre.

Working Together

We believe:

  • in a family-centred approach that provides quality service in a supportive environment
  • that families are equal partners in the planning and carrying out of services
  • that partnerships are based upon respect and open communication
  • that service should be responsive to the needs of all family members
  • that parents should have access to information regarding their child’s disability and treatment options

To view our policies on Accessible Customer Service, click here.

To view our policies on Use of A Support Person by the General Public, click here.

To view our policies on Notification of Disruption of Service, click here.

To view our policies on Use of Assistive Devices by the General Public, click here.

To view our policies on Use of Service Animals by the General Public, click here.

To view our policies on Monitoring and Feedback, click here.

 

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