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Our 2012-17 Strategic Plan sets out to define us as world leaders in the field of childhood disability
Generating innovative programs to improve the lives of children with disabilities and their families.
Helpful information about visiting Holland Bloorview
Accessibility is foremost in our planning, program development and services
Meet our therapeutic clowns
Assessment, consultation and clinics
Borrow adapted recreation equipment for up to two weeks free of charge
Explore our facility
Free drop in childcare is available during visits in the on-site playroom
When at Holland Bloorview, please visit our onsite Grocery Foundation Resource Centre on the first floor
Learn about food options at for visitors and inpatients
Explore the Bloorview Research Institute
BRI is committed to supporting the next generation of rehabilitation researchers
Paricipate in education sessions and research studies
See what groundbreaking BRI research has made it into the news
Resources for families and professionals
Dr. Golda Milo-Manson introduces the Teaching and Learning Institute
Projects that incorporate simulation-based learning
Information on clinical and high school co-op placements
Our ambassadors are amazing! Read their stories here
Learn more about our annual signature event
Learn more about the Foundation's Board of Directors
Read our latest publications
We have opportunities for employee groups to come in & help out
Learn about the latest workplace awards won by Holland Bloorview
To understand how genes affect the brain, body, and behavior and translate this understanding into new ways to help individuals with autism and associated neurodevelopmental disorders.
The study has many options and involves genetics testing, imaging, detailed behavioral assessments & questionnaires, measuring anxiety and possibly participating in a medication trial.
Up to 21 years old with ASD, Down Syndrome, Fragile X, Intellectual Disability (ID, DD), Rett Syndrome, or Typically Developing individuals.
The study has many options and involves genetics testing, imaging, detailed behavioral assessments & questionnaires, measuring anxiety and possibly participating in a medication trial. You choose which parts of this study you are interested in. We will pay for your parking during visits to our centre, and you can receive volunteer hours for your time if you are in high school!
For more information about these studies and to see if you are eligible, please contact Susan Day Fragiadakis at 416-425-6220 x 6518 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ontario Brain Institute