Home Management – Provides in-home behavioural, skill building and family systems consultation, including collaboration with community networks and resources to support the family.
Family Support – Coordinators work with families to build personal supports, identify, and access services/resources to facilitate the growth and development of a child living at home.
Early Childhood Services – Staff collaborate with families and other professionals to plan for services for children in early learning settings. This may include accessing specialized services and supporting the transition to school.
Youth 2 Work – Supports youth in the transition from school to work or to community activities. Focus is on gaining employment experience, developing community networks, and increasing self-esteem.
Respite – Families have access to short periods of residential respite for children who live at home.
Residential – Programs provide a variety of residential supports to meet the needs of the individuals who live there. We currently have specialized homes for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and complex needs.
Shadow Lake Camp – Residential summer camp and recreational programs for individuals ages seven and up who have intellectual disabilities.
Types of support offered
|Family Support Coordinator|
|Community||0-12||Early Childhood Services *|
|Directly Operated Programs||2-18||Respite|
* Families interested in finding a child care program should contact CityKids at 416-920-6543.
* Families interested in receiving support for their child who is already attending a licensed child care program/home child care program should discuss their request with the centre supervisor who can make an online request through the City of Toronto’s request portal