Social Work and Coordinated Service Planning

Assisting with difficulties related to a child's diagnosis and/or treatment.

Did You Know?

A Social Worker is a professional who is registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. This professional provides clinical services on an individual, family, and group basis through a variety of services aimed at helping the individual and his/her family to cope and adjust to a new diagnosis and/or acquired trauma. 

Services are offered to clients and family members to assist with difficulties related to a child’s diagnosis and or treatment.

The various types of service include:

The Child and Family Intervention program (previously called Social Work), provides a wide range of supports to children and their families receiving services from the CT CTC.

Services are offered through a family-centered approach, and can be accessed by a child receiving rehabilitation services with CT CTC,  along with their sibling(s), parent(s) and/or caregiver(s)

Services include:

  • Referrals to Community supports, advocacy and funding
  • Brief Solution Focused Counselling
  • Promoting Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy
  • Promoting Health Relationship Skill Building