The Occupational Therapy Department serves a wide range of inpatients and outpatients, from newborns to adolescents with developmental, traumatic, congenital and other acquired disorders.
Occupational therapists provide services in the following areas:
Inpatient Services: Intensive care units (neonatal and pediatric), medical and surgical units, trauma and neurotrauma programs and child psychiatry unit.
Outpatient Services: Neonatal Follow-up Clinic, Neurology Clinic, Pediatric Counseling Center, Genetics, Neurosurgery Clinic, Feeding Program (including Swallowing Disorders Clinic), Child Psychiatry Specialty Programs, Complex Care Services, Rheumatology, Plastic Surgery Clinic, Esophageal Atresia and Tracheosophageal Fistula Clinic, Brachial Plexus Palsy Clinic, Brain-Development-Behavior Clinics, and Complex Developmental Assessment Clinic.
Note: Children 0-7 years old with suspected developmental delays including questions of Autism Spectrum Disorder who require assessment via a multidisciplinary team should be referred via the Brain, Development and Behaviour (BDB) Centralized Intake Office.