Sampling of Stats 2006

  • Access Better Living >78 children, 24 adults
  • Canadian Hearing Society > 28% of the provincial population has hearing problem
  • Canadian Mental Health > 1065 not including crisis services which service 3000 people last year (2005)
  • Canadian National Institute for the blind> 705 children under the age of 7 years old across the province of Ontario. 11.5 early intervention specialists in Ontario offering service to this population group.
  • Child and Family Services of the Timmins & District> Mental Health: 554 cases, Autism:52 clients, Autism Intervention Program: 9 clients actively receiving IBI (Intensive Behavioural Intervention)
  • Cochrane District Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) pediatric program 330-550, 200-250 are similar to CTC
  • Cochrane Temiskaming Children’s Treatment Centre> 524
  • Cochrane Temiskaming Resource Centre > 714
  • College Boreal > 100 students with 8 identified with special needs
  • Community Living Timmins > over 125
  • Conseil Scolaire Public du Nord-Est, Timmins >406 students preK to 12 with 63 identified with special needs.
  • Northeastern Catholic Board Ontario North East. 9076 students with a total of 1041 identified with special needs (11.5% of their population
  • Extend A Family> 74 Children
  • Foundations Project > 15 Transitional Youth
  • Multi-agency program called Integrated Services for Northern Children> approximately 550 clients in the district, this includes 2 from Timmins
  • Literacy Network Northeast> 17
  • Northern College>375
  • Northern College Job Connect> 1066 ( ages 14-24)
  • Ontario March of Dimes> 360
  • Porcupine Health Unit >total of 395 children for speech-language assessment + any type of intervention. The Cochrane Preschool Speech-Language Service had a total of 273 new children registered in the last fiscal year ( 2005-2006)
  • Seizure and Brain Injury Centre> 45
  • Universite de Hearst> 180 Students and 4 students with special needs
  • W. Ross MacDonald: 200 students deaf/blind across the province