About Adventure Place
Who We Are
Adventure Place has been assisting young children and their families since 1972. Our services are open to all families living in Toronto, North Quadrant, with children up to 12 years of age who are experiencing difficulties in one or more of the following areas:
- Communication (Speech and Language)
- Social and/or Emotional Functioning
- Attention and/or Regulatory Functioning
- Pervasive Developmental Disorders (ASD/PDD)
Adventure Place is a registered charitable organization, fully accredited by Children’s Mental Health Ontario.
Charitable Business Number: 106686652 RR0001
Adventure Place provides a continuum of services ranging from those that promote healthy child development to targeted intervention and treatment services for children with special needs and their families. We work collaboratively with individuals, families and community partners to promote the well-being and success of children and their inclusion in the community.
- To reduce the impact of difficulties and special needs.
- To help children achieve their potential by building on their strengths and self-esteem.
- To increase parental knowledge, competence, and confidence.
- To reduce family stress.
- To reduce the risk of longer term or more complex difficulties.
Adventure Place is fully accredited by Children’s Mental Health Ontario. The accreditation process assesses the agency’s program, staffing, management, and governance standards to promote and ensure quality assurance.
The agency goes through the accreditation process every four years and will be evaluated next in January 2016.
Providing Services to People with Disabilities
Adventure Place is committed to providing its services to all clients in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. We strive to provide clients with disabilities the same opportunity to access our services as do other clients.
Adventure Place has a policy and procedure titled “Access to Services for People with Disabilities,” which meets the requirements of the Customer Service Standard of the Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. This document is available for our clients by contacting any one of our senior management team, or by completing the Feedback Form.
Our staff, students, volunteers, and Board of Directors receive training on Ontario’s accessibility laws and on the Ontario Human Rights Code. They also complete training on how to interact, communicate, and support clients with disabilities.
Adventure Place’s accessibility policies are available for our clients by completing the Feedback Form below, or by contacting the Operations Manager at 416-744-7650, ext. 375. Upon request, information and communication materials will be provided in accessible formats or with communication supports.
We welcome feedback on our services as a means to improve our customer service to all clients. Feedback can be provided in person, by phone, or by email, to any one of our management staff.
You may also complete the Feedback Form (click link below). Clients who have submitted feedback can expect to hear back from the Operations Manager within 10 business days.