Autism Services at Brampton Site to be Provided Virtually (Only) For Now
December 01, 2020
Please be advised that effective immediately, clients accessing autism services who attend the Brampton site will be provided with these services virtually (only). Given the intensity, length and continuous close contact requirement of autism therapy sessions, a temporary pause on in-person services has been implemented, as an additional measure, to maximize the safety of clients, families and staff at a time of high levels of COVID-19 in the Brampton area. This pause will be in effect for the month of December. We will continue to monitor the situation and communicate with families, in the hope that by January 2021 case levels have stabilized to the point that on site autism services can be re-instituted at Brampton. Meantime, we encourage parents to take advantage of the availability of high quality, virtual services for their children. Stay safe and be well, everyone.
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