Read stories from our clients, parents, volunteers and staff on how we're creating a world of possibility for kids with disability.
Effective Nov. 1, 2023, clients and families, visitors, vendors and staff are required to wear a mask while moving throughout the hospital, including while in elevators, in spaces where clients receive care or participate in research. A medical grade mask will be available upon entry.
Spooktacular event raises $46,000 to support the hospital’s highest priority needs
Including kids with disabilities in the classroom is easy, if you teach their classmates how to do it.
Holland Bloorview’s Youth@Work program offers teenage participants real-world job experience to ease their transition to adulthood.
When Maddie dances down the hospital’s halls everyone knows her name and that’s because she’s a rock star.
Meet “besties” Savannah and Toni. The two teens met as inpatients at Holland Bloorview back in July during recreational programming.
This summer, the garden was filled with alumni volunteers who are not only passionate about Spiral Garden but also about disability inclusion, self-led creativity, and play.
Robyn is a dedicated Holland Bloorview staff who both admires and has a personal connection to exotic cars, and this summer she put the two together to create an epic event!
This year Fête Chinoise are directing all proceeds from their Love at Mid-Autumn fundraiser to Holland Bloorview.
Reflecting on my childhood, very few friends in my everyday life had a disability. Meaning that sometimes we had to find different and creative ways to make sure I was included.