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Clinician and Family Initiated Resources

This page houses resources from ErinoakKids clinicians, for use by children and families who receive services through ErinoakKids.

Assistive Devices Resource Services (ADRS)
Autism Services

Botox Clinic
Cerebral Palsy (CP) Neuromotor Clinic

Developmental Consultation Clinic
Family Initiated Workshop: Developing Communication Skills
Family Initiated Workshop: Fine Motor Skills
Family Initiated Workshop: Intro to Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)
Family Initiated Workshop: Learning to Play, Playing to Learn
Family Initiated Workshop: One Bite at a Time
Family Initiated Workshop: Sensory Behaviour in Everyday Living
Family Initiated Workshop: Sleep Solutions
Family Initiated Workshop: SN Funding Application
Family Initiated Workshop: Teaching Daily Living Skills
Family Initiated Workshop: Toilet Learning
Family Initiated Workshop: Understanding Behaviour
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Infant Hearing Program (IHP)
Neuromuscular Clinic

Occupational Therapy (OT)
Preschool Speech and Language (PSL)
Physiotherapy (PT)
School Based Rehabilitation Services (SBRS)
Service Navigation and Coordinated Service Planning


Assistive Devices Resource Services (ADRS)
ADRS Equipment Loan
Equipment Loan Agreement

ADRS Equipment Purchase
Frequently Asked Questions Face to Face Communication Devices
Frequently Asked Questions Writing Aids
What Happens After Purchase

Core Vocabulary and Aided Language Stimulation Parent Workshop
Assistive Devices Resource Service - Aided Language Stimulation
Core Vocabulary and Aided Language Stimulation - Virtual Parent Workshop

Assistive Devices Resource Service - Free Internet Resources Face-to-Face Communication
Assistive Devices Resource Service - Vocabulary Questionnaire
Free Internet Software - Resources

Assistive Devices Resource Service Acronyms
ADRS Road Map
Assistive Devices Resource Service - Welcome to the Assistive Devices Resource Service (ADRS) at ErinoakKids

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Autism Services


Botox Clinic
Welcome to the Botox Clinic

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Cerebral Palsy (CP) Neuromotor Clinic
Chailey Sleep Diary
Chailey Sleep Questionnaire

Chailey Sleep Questionnaire Feedback Form
Cerebral Palsy (CP) Neuromotor Clinic

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Developmental Consultation Clinic
Developmental Consultation Clinic

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Developing Communication Skills
Developing Communication Skills Workshop

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Fine Motor Foundations
Fine Motor Building Blocks
Fine Motor Workshop PPT
Fine Motor Foundations-Parent Worksheet
Fine Motor Tips and Strategies

Intro to Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)
ABA for Families - Prompting and Fading
ABA for Families - Reinforcement

ABA for Families - Task Analysis
ABA for Families
Dispelling Myths About Autism
Intro to ABA Workshop
Reinforcement Survey
Task Analysis Form

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Learning to Play, Playing to Learn
Learning to Play to Playing to Learn Workshop

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One Bite at a Time
Behavioural Approaches to Feeding
Food Chaining
Mealtime Home Plan
Mealtime Tips
One Bite at a Time Workshop
Teaching Independence with Fork or Spoon
The Mealtime Routine

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Sensory Behaviour in Everyday Living
Self Regulation Techniques for Children

Sensory Workshop Home Plan
Sensory Behaviour in Everyday Living Workshop PPT

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Sleep Solutions
Sleep Solutions Worksheet
Sleep Solutions Workshop
Sleep Tracking Sheet
Sleeping Program Example
Sleeping Program Blank

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SN Funding Application
Community Resources List
Federal Support Programs Handout
SN Funding Application Workshop

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Teaching Daily Living Skills

Self Help Checklist
Teaching Daily Living Skills Workshop

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Toilet Learning
Elimination Record
Higher Fibre Diet
Myths and Facts About Toilet Training Audience
Myths and Facts About Toilet Training Presenter
The Good Habits Checklist for Toilet Learning
Toilet Learning Workshop

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Understanding Behaviour
ABC Data Sheet
Understanding Behaviour Workshop

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
Information Processing and FASD
The Brain-Corpus Callosum-Impulse Control and FASD

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Infant Hearing Program (IHP) - Audiology
Audiology Services in Halton Peel and Dufferin

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Neuromuscular Clinic
Deflazacort Use in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Neuromuscular Clinic

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Occupational Therapy (OT)

Toilet Learning
Toilet Tracking Sheet
Visual Toileting Schedule

Play Suggestions for a Child with Sensory Sensitivity
Play Suggestions for a Child who seeks Sensory Experiences

Splint Care Instructions and Precautions
Bamboo Brace Purchase Information 
McKie Splint Purchase Information
POP Splint Purchase Information
Benik Splint Purchase Information

ROM Stretching
Upper Extremity Active Ranging & Strengthening Exercise Home Program
Upper Extremity Passive Ranging Exercise Home Program

Fine Motor
Scissor skills
Scissors Skills Checklist
Bilateral Arm and Hand Activities
Pre-Printing Skills

Seating Clinic
ErinoakKids Seating Clinic Roadmap

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Preschool Speech and Language (PSL)

When You Don't Understand
Helping Children Learn to Speak Clearly
Speech Sound Practive in Everyday Activities
The Natural Speech Hierarchy

Early Language
Calendar - Early Concepts
Calendar - Verbs
Expand Vocabulary Using Adjectives
Expand Vocabulary Using Verbs
Gestural Imitation
Help your child use 2 word and 3 word combinations
Highlight Key Words with Gestures
Imitate and Add Key Word(s)
Motor Imitation
Respond to Your Child
Sound Imitation
Turn Questions into Comments
Use Daily Routines to Build Language
Use Many Different Kinds of Words
Wait, Watch, and Respond​

Expressive Language
Following 1 Step Directions
Following 2 Step Directions
Give your child a word
Help Your Child Make Choices
Help Your Child Understand
Highlight Your Language
Teach Object Function
Pronoun I

Fluency Severity Rating Home Assignment
Preschool Stuttering Parent Information Handbook
Stuttering Tips for Parents
What is Stuttering?

JK Handouts
Word Finding Problems
Teaching Categories
Transition to School Brochure

Developing Alphabet Knowledge
Developing Print Awareness
Developing Sequencing Skills
Playing With Syllables
Reading Tips for Parents
Story Telling

Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
PECS Phase 1
PECS Phase 2
PECS Phase 3A
PECS Phase 3B
PECS Phase 4

Social Skills
Developing Attention Skills in Structured Activities
Encourage Eye Contact
How to Gain Your Child's Attention
Imitate to Encourage Eye Contact
Joint Attention
Requesting by Pointing
Shifting Attention - Coordinated Looks
Shared Attention for Requesting
Tempt your Child to Communicate

Therapy Readiness
Challenging Behaviours
Planned Ignoring
Tips for Dealing with Challenging Behaviours
Visual: Choice Board with Instructions
Visual: First-Then 
Visual: How to Use a Visual Schedule

Be a Part of the Play
Build Play Routines using People Games
Complete Structured Activities Independently
Early Play with Toys
How to Use Toys to Develop Language
People Play
Pretend Play
Taking Turns with Toys
Turn Taking
Turn Taking in People Games

Articulation Caregiver Workshop
Books and Speech Handout
Games and Activities
Parent Handout Package
Sounds Right Parent Workshop - Caregiver Version March 2016
Using Good Questions
Articulation Therapy Group (Sounds Right)
Sounds Right Parent Guide
Sounds Right Practice Plan
Building Language Workshop
Building Language Guide
Building Language Practice Plan - Good 2
Building Language Workshop Parent Handout
Print Awareness 2
Story Telling 2
Using Good Questions
Sounds All Around Workshop
Early Motor Speech Goals and Words
Sounds all Around 2016 -  Caregiver Version

Links to Hanen Parent Handouts

It Takes Two to Talk

ITTT Telepractice Individual Visit 1 Handouts
Individual Visit 1 - Our Goals for Individual Visit 1
Individual Visit 1 - Videotaping and Feedback 1 Summary
Individual Visit 1 - What Did You Think About Your Visit

ITTT Telepractice Individual Visit 2 Handouts
Videotaping and Feedback 2 Summary
What Did You Think About Your Visit

ITTT Telepractice Orientation Session Handouts
Orientation - Activities My Child Likes
Orientation - Communication Update
Orientation - General Information Form
Orientation - How to Complete the MacArthur
Orientation - My Child's Stage of Communication Development
Orientation - Welcome Letter for Parents

ITTT Telepractice Pre-Program Consultation Handouts
PPC - Child and Parent Observation Form
PPC - How to Complete the MCDI
PPC - Pre-Program Consultation Plan

ITTT Telepractice Session 1 Handouts
Session 1 - Home Plan Let Your Child Lead
Session 1 - Home Plan to Use in Any Session
Session 1 - Recognize the Best Times to Interact with a Discoverer

ITTT Telepractice Session 2 Handouts
Session 2 - Home Plan Follow Your Child's Lead
Session 2 - Preparing for Individual Visit 1 (Home Visit)
Session 2 - Preparing for Individual Visit 1 (Clinic Visit)

ITTT Telepractice Session 3 Handouts
Session 3 - Home Plan A Cue For Turns
Session-3-Mountain-of-QuestionsSession 3 - Home Plan B Use a Routine to SPARK an Interaction
Session 3 - Mountain of Questions

ITTT Telepractice Session 4 Handouts
Session 4 - Home Plan Add Language
Session 4 - Home Plan Add Language for Discoverers
Session 4 - Report Back Add Language for Discoverers
Session 4 - Trixie Cartoon
Session 4 - What Did You Think (Version 1)
Session 4 - What Did You Thing (Version 2)

ITTT Telepractice Session 5 Handouts
Session 5 - Home Plan Add Language for Discoverers
Session 5 - Home Plan Expressive Communication Goal and Add Language
Session 5 - Preparing for Individual Visit 2
Session 5 - Report Back Add Language for Discoverers
Session 5 - Strategy Reminder

Target Word

Pre Program Consultation Forms for Parents
PPC - How to Complete the MCDI
TW PPC A Look at How I Talk with My Child
TW PPC Consent to be Recorded
TW PPC My Child’s Communication Goal
TW PPC Speech Sound Checklist

Session Five Parent Forms
TW S5 Final Evaluation

Session Two Parent Forms
TW S2 Are We On Target

More than Words

Orientation Handouts
1. Social Communication Checklist
2. Stages of Communication
3. Program Information
4. Program Schedule
5. Information about the Pre-Program Consultation
6. Interest in Participation
7. Video Consent Form
8. Communication Update

Handout: Session 1 Handouts
1. Home Plan 1 Follow Your Child’s Lead
2. Report Back to Include Your Child’s Lead
3. How to Include Your Child’s Interest
4. How to Interpret Your Child’s Messages

Handout: Session 2 Handouts
1. Home Plan 2 Keep the Interaction Going
2. Report Back 2 Keep the Interaction Going
3. How to Help Your Child Learn to Imitate
4. How to Intrude
5. Sensory Preferences Checklist
6. Video Feedback Visit 1 Information

Handout: Session 3 Handouts
1. Home Plan 3 ROCK in People Play
2. Report Back ROCK in People Play
3. ROCK in People Play
4. Goals in People Play
5. Choosing People games by Sensory Preference

Handout: Session 5 Handouts
1. Home Plan 5 Take Out the Toys
2. Report Back 5 Take Out the Toys
3. Teaching Toy Play
4. Toy Play Checklist

Video Feedback and General Handouts
1. Parent Evaluation
2. Video Feedback Visit Discussion Form
3. Video Feedback Visit Evaluation Form

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 Physiotherapy (PT)

Left Torticolis Treatment Guide
Right Torticolis Treatment Guide

Physiotherapy Suggestions for Gross Motor Excercises
Physiotherapy Playground activities
Lower Extremity ROM and Strengthening Exercises
Shoes and Boots for Orthotics (with pictures and prices)

Orthotists with clinics at EOK for parents

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School Based Rehabilitation Services (SBRS)
​​Occupational Therapy 
Classroom Tips for Children with Attention Difficulties
Hand-Eye Coordination Gym Activities
Learning to Print: Pre-Printing Skills
Motor Planning and Organization in the Classroom
Scissor Skills
Scissor Skills Checklist
Supportng Fine Motor Skills in the Classroom
Supporting Sensory Processing in the Classroom
Supporting the Development of Fine and Visual Motor Skills
Writing Strategies for the Classroom

Balance Suggestions
Ball Skills
Coordination Suggestions
Fall Prevention Tips
Gym Suggestions
How To: Put on an Orthosis Device
Jumping and Hopping
Modifications for Gym Sports
Staircase Safety Suggestions
Stander Information
Stretching and Range of Motion Exercises for Lower Extremities
Wheelchair Exercises
Wheelchair Game Modifications

SBRS Speech: Articulation
Modeling Clear Articulation

Sound Practice Games to Play with Articulation Cards
Speech Booklist
Speech Sound Development at Home
Speech Sound Formation
Speech Sound Practice in Everyday Activities​
Supporting Speech Clarity at Home
Supporting Speech Clarity in the Classroom
The Natural Speech Hieracrhy
What to Do When You Don't Understand

SBRS Speech: Clinician Initiated Articulation Workshop
SBRS Articulation Workshop - Caregiver Handouts

SBRS Speech: Fluency
Pausing and Slowing Down
Situations that Promote Dysfluency
Strateges to Encourage Fluency
Stuttering Tips for Caregivers
Supporting Students Who Stutter

SBRS Speech: Clinician Initiated Fluency Workshop
SBRS Fluency Workshop - Caregiver Handouts

SBRS Speech: Motor Speech
Early Motor Speech Goals, Words, and Cues
Home Practice for Motor Speech
Stop, Look, Listen, Imitate

SBRS Speech: Clinician Initiated Motor Speech Workshop
SBRS Motor Speech Workshop - Caregiver Handouts

SBRS Speech: Voice and Resonance
Taking Care of Your Voice
Volume Control Visual Board

Service Navigation and Coordinated Service Planning
COVID Emergent Socio-Economic Updates on Core Community Resources
Resources for Emergent Socio-Economic Needs
Respite Resources

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Did you know?

Did you know that toddlers and young children like it when you get down to their level so they can see your face?  This tells them that you’re interested in what they’re doing and saying.  It makes it easier to interact with you.

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