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Onsite Grocery Foundation Resource Centre

When at Holland Bloorview, please visit our onsite Grocery Foundation Resource Centre. It is a place where you can learn more about your child and services here and in the community. 

Our staff and parent mentors can talk about parenting, school, fun things to do, respite care, funding and ways to get involved at Holland Bloorview. Our librarians can help you find medical articles, books and videos.

We are happy to answer your questions or talk about any concerns you have. We are here to support you Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Walk through Holland Bloorview’s main floor atrium and turn right to find us.

Health sciences library

Our library serves the staff, physicians and students of Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital in support of clinical, educational and research activities. Parents and families of children and young adults who are registered at Holland Bloorview are welcome to use the library facilities.

HB Info Line

The HB Info Line is a new service operated by live support to help kids, youth and families learn about and get connected to the many programs and services offered at Holland Bloorview.

If you have questions or need general information on Holland Bloorview programs and services:

  • Call or text the HB Info Line at 416-400-8876 from Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or
  • email

Calls, texts or emails received after business hours will be responded to within one business day.

Outpatient Orientation

Inside, you'll find: clinician tips for your first appointment, an appointment planning guide, helpful contacts at Holland Bloorview, and resources in the community. If you want to sign up for an orientation, please visit our Workshops and Events page under "Outpatient Orientation".

Classroom Integration Workshop Toolkit

The Family Advisory Committee at Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital has created a workshop for teachers, and teacher candidates, to explore the topic of creating inclusive activities in elementary school. Through real stories and an experiential learning activity, we hope to show that small changes can make a big difference to the experiences of children with various types of special needs (including physical, communication, intellectual and/or behavioural exceptionalities), in the school system.

The workshop has been successfully delivered in both public and private schools, and as part of a teacher training course. We also offer our resources in an online format, so that you will now how the opportunity to deliver this workshop. Whether you use our materials as an additional resource for teachers, or you deliver our prepared integration workshop, we hope that you find these materials useful for creating an inclusive environment in your school.

If you are interested in having members of our Family Advisory Committee deliver this workshop in your school, or would like further support in using our materials, please feel free to contact us at: