Posted on Tuesday, May 01, 2018 09:00 AM
Ottawa—May 1, 2018—In an important step toward a more integrated system for children and youth that require support to participate fully in the school curriculum, CHEO and the Champlain LHIN have announced their plan for transferring administration and oversight of the School Health Support Services in publicly funded schools from the LHIN to CHEO during the upcoming summer months.
School Health Support Services offer children occupational therapy, physiotherapy...
Posted on Thursday, March 15, 2018 11:00 AM
— President and CEO Alex Munter sent this note to supporters of 1door4care after funding for the project was announced on March 15, 2018 —
You did it! Thousands of you!
Pledging your support. Sharing your stories. Posting on social media. Contacting your MPP.
You have all made a difference for some of our most vulnerable children and youth!!
This morning, Premier Kathleen Wynne visited CHEO to announce provincial funding for a new building that will be a hub for kids and teens with...
Posted on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 09:30 AM
Feb. 20, 2018 — Ottawa — Parents’ Lifelines of Eastern Ontario (PLEO) and Autism Ontario – Ottawa Chapter are excited to be supporting the #1door4care initiative to secure funding for a new treatment centre on CHEO – OCTC’s main campus.
Under the #1door4care banner, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario – Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre (CHEO – OCTC) and CHEO Foundation are running an awareness campaign to show how strongly Eastern Ontario supports a new building that will serve as...
Posted on Tuesday, February 06, 2018 09:30 AM
The #1door4care initiative to secure funding for a new treatment centre on CHEO – OCTC’s main campus has named co-chairs to lead its Family Advisory Table — Steven Herzog and Barb Shantz.
Under #1door4care, the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario – Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre (CHEO – OCTC) and CHEO Foundation have been running an awareness campaign to show the Government of Ontario how Eastern Ontario strongly supports a new building that will serve as a hub for mental health and special...
Posted on Tuesday, January 30, 2018 09:30 AM
Wait times for child and youth mental health care have dropped by 73% at CHEO and 91% at The Royal compared to 2014/15 waits, according to the Young Minds Partnership Annual Report Card released today. This dramatic improvement comes despite increased demand — referrals are up 25% at CHEO and 73% at The Royal — and frozen provincial funding for outpatient services.
In 2015/16, the Young Minds Partnership (YMP) started a new mental health-care...