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Organization: ErinoakKids - Brampton - Publicly Funded Physiotherapy Clinic  
Phone Numbers: 905-855-2690 ext 2076
Fax: 905-790-9589
Website: www.erinoakkids.ca/Services/Services/Physiotherapy...
Address:
10145 McVean Dr
Brampton, ON
L6P 4K7
Intersection: Goreway Dr and Castlemore Rd
Location: Brampton
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Intake: Mon-Thu 8am-6pm * Fri 8am-5pm
Service Description: Community physiotherapy clinic for children and youth * health professionals assess and treat conditions that affect the arms, legs or trunk

Physiotherapy services may involve:
  • assessment, treatment and consultation
  • prescription of therapeutic equipment (for example, splints, walkers, standers)
  • therapeutic groups (aimed at improvement of function and participation)
  • teaching of functional exercises (for example, walking, negotiating stairs, propelling a wheelchair)
  • individual or group therapy combined with parent education and coaching
  • home programming and consultation to caregivers, professionals and supportive personnel who interact with the child
  • promotion of participation in sports and recreation activities both at ErinoakKids and in the community
  • promotion of movement, participation and independence in the home, daycare and community environments

OHIP-insured physiotherapy clinic

Fees: None
Application: Call clinic
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Children from 0-19 years old with physical or developmental delays/disability requiring therapy to improve gross motor function (does not include children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), learning disability (LD))
Must live in Peel Region, Halton or Dufferin County
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Dufferin County, Halton Region, and Peel Region  
See Also: Child and Youth Community Health Care Programs
Physiotherapy Services - Publicly Funded Clinics
Rehabilitation Services - Outpatient

This information was last completely updated on April 4, 2018

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