Pathways Health Centre for Children

Site: Sarnia - Murphy Rd

Service: Home & Community Support Services

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Address & Phone(s)
Office Phone 519-542-3471 ext. 278
Toll Free Phone 1-855-542-3471
Fax 519-542-4115
Areas Served Lambton County
Located In Community Sarnia
Address & Map
Pathways Health Centre for Children
1240 Murphy Rd N
Sarnia, ON N7S 2Y6
 
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Intersection Murphy Rd and Michigan Ave
Physical Access Fully Accessible - automatic doors, ramp, parking, washrooms ; Wheelchair Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) Respite Services - help families who have a child with special needs who is in crisis or who have no other respite services in place  
- gives the primary caregiver relief (available for children birth to 4 years) 
 
Special Services at Home (SSAH) - helps families with a child who has special needs  
- a worker is available to provide support for programming for children and youth in their homes and in the community 
 
Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities (ACSD) - helps families with a child who has special needs  
- a worker is available to provide support for programming for children and youth in their homes and in the community 
 
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - helps families with a child who has a diagnosis of Autism  
- a worker is available to provide support for programming for children and youth in their homes and in the community 
 
Passport - helps families with a young adult who has a diagnosis of Developmental Disability  
- a worker is available to provide support for programming for young adults in their homes and in the community (available for young adults 18 to 30 years) 
 
Private Fee for Service Contracts - helps families and/or other service agencies/providers with a child and/or young adult who has a diagnosis of Developmental Disability, or Physical Disability. Provide private respite and/or programming supports in home or in the community.
Hours Mon-Sun 24 hours
Eligibility Ages: 40 year(s) and under 
 
Respite Care; In-Home on a limited basis; emergency care who are not eligible for other respite funding and whose mother/father is caring for them on a full time basis children age (0-4years). 
 
Special Services at Home (SSAH); children and youth (0-18 years) with physical and/or developmental disabilities 
 
Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities (ACSD); children and youth (0-18 years) with physical and/or developmental disabilities - this is a Ministry funded program, through the Ministry of Children & Youth Services (MCYS) 
 
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - helps families with a child who has a diagnosis of Autism  
- a worker is available to provide support for programming for children and youth in their homes and in the community 
 
Passport - helps families with a young adult who has a diagnosis of Developmental Disability - this is a Ministry funded program, through the Ministry of Community & Social Services (MCSS) 
- a worker is available to provide support for programming for young adults in their homes and in the community (available for young adults 18 to 30 years) 
 
Private Fee for Service Contracts - helps families and/or other service agencies/providers with a child and/or young adult who has a diagnosis of Developmental Disability, or Physical Disability. Provide private respite and/or programming supports in home or in the community.
Application Open referral process - completed by the potential client or someone on their behalf 
Waiting period: Client/family could be waiting for Ministry approval of funding/contract
Languages English ; Interpretive Services - Interpreter services available upon request
Fees Service ; To be determined based on request for services
Bus Routes Route 5 - Rosedale
Contact Information
E-Mail info@pathwayscentre.org
Website www.pathwayscentre.org
Primary Contact Melanie Coll, Supervisor - Family and Transition Support Services; Email: mcoll@pathwayscentre.org

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