Ontario, ON
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Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI)
The Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) is directly operated by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services.

CPRI provides trauma-informed and highly specialized services for children and youth of Ontario (age 0-18 years) who experience complex and long-standing combinations of mental health difficulties and/or developmental challenges where:

- These difficulties significantly impact functioning in multiple areas such as home, school and community and;
- Appropriate community interventions have not produced the desired response.
600 Sanatorium Road
London, ON, N6H 3W7 Map
519-858-2774
1-877-494-2774 (Sans frais)
Numéro d’ATS : 519-858-0257
Télécopier: 519-858-3913
Âges servis: Jusqu'à 18 ans
Langue: Anglais
Frais Aucun
Zones desservies Ontario, Middlesex County

Programmes et services inclussent

Provides comprehensive diagnostic assessment and consultation for children/youth with complex symptoms that suggest a query of a mood and/or anxiety disorder.
600 Sanatorium Road
London, ON, N6H 3W7 Map
Non disponible
Âges servis: 6 - 18 ans
Langue: Anglais
Frais Aucun
Treatment, education, research, consultation services
INPATIENT SERVICES: Our Inpatient teams collaborate with the child/ youth, caregivers and community service providers in developing a comprehensive plan to manage continuing needs at the community level of service. Unit demographics and population may change based on referral patterns, to best meet the needs of dual diagnosis and/or mental health populations.
Our units provide assessment, consultation and short-term treatment based on the individualized clinical needs and identified goals of children/youth with complex multiple needs.

AGENCY TO AGENCY COMMUNITY CONSULTATION: Offered to community agencies providing assessment and/or treatment to children/youth with a variety of concerning behaviours. Your agency can consult with CPRI's clinical team for support, feedback, or further recommendations for a child/youth you are currently working with. A separate referral form is required for this service.

ATTACHMENT CONSULTATION & EDUCATION SERVICE (ACES): For children/youth with an attachment disturbance or disorder.

INTERDISCIPLINARY AUTISM SERVICES (IAS): For children/youth with suspected or confirmed complex Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or whose symptoms are suggestive of ASD with additional complex concerns.

BRAKE SHOP: For children/youth with a diagnosed or suspected tic disorder, and/or disinhibition disorders (ADHD, OCD) who may or may not be experiencing tics. DUAL

DIAGNOSIS BEHAVIOUR & ANXIETY CLINIC: For children/youth with an intellectual disability, as well as severe psychiatric concerns, behaviour problems, or emotional disorders.

HOMESHARE: Specialized family placement program for children/youth who have multiple disabilities.

HOME VISITING PROGRAM FOR INFANTS (HVPI): For children aged birth to 6 years who have or are at risk of having a developmental delay and who live in London-Middlesex, Oxford, Elgin, Huron, and Perth counties. Client needs are assessed through the Developmental Resource for Infants (DRI) Steering Committee.

MOOD & ANXIETY: Provides comprehensive diagnostic assessment and consultation for children/youth with complex symptoms that suggest a query of a mood and/or anxiety disorder.

SELECTIVE MUTISM: For children and youth who have restricted speech in one or more settings for at least 2 months.
SEXUAL BEHAVIOURS: For children/youth who display concerning sexualized behaviour which has a negative impact on their relationships at home, school and in the community.

GENERAL CLINICAL SERVICES: May include diagnostic clarification, medication review and community consultation or second opinion.
600 Sanatorium Road
London, ON, N6H 3W7 Map
519-858-2774
1-877-494-2774 (Sans frais)
Âges servis: Jusqu'à 18 ans
Langue: Anglais, Interpretation upon request
Frais Aucun
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Cette ressource est répertoriée sous ces sujets

Dépendances (y compris la toxicomanie, l’alcoolisme et le jeu compulsif)
Troubles déficitaires de l’attention (TDA/TDAH)
Gestion de la colère
Autisme et troubles du spectre autistique
Problèmes de comportement
Intimidation
Dépression
Trouble de l’acquisition de la coordination (TAC)
Troubles du développement, déficience intellectuelle et incapacités connexes
Troubles du comportement alimentaire, y compris l’anorexie et la boulimie
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Dernière modification 23 Jul 2018
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