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2019-Feb-28
Kaleigh was born with Trisomy 21, the most common form of Down Syndrome. This meant Kaleigh immediately began receiving care from George Jeffrey Children’s Centre as an infant. She has continued making weekly visits for over a decade. Kaleigh’s care started with Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy was eventually added to the roster. Cindy (Kaleigh’s mom) fondly shared, “We have always been impressed with the level of service we have received and over the years have grown very fond of our therapists.” Kaleigh is now 15, and has graduated from the Physiotherapy program, but continues with Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy on a consultative basis. “One thing we appreciate about the Centre is their respect for the individualism of each child and family, as w ...

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News

Driving Down Barriers To Care

In an effort to alleviate barriers which prevent some clients from attending appointments at the Cen ...


Centre's New CEO Embracing the Role

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Celebrating Georges Market and Celebrations

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Two New Physiotherapy Bicycles

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Events

On Location - Volunteers Needed

We have volunteer opportunities on Friday, April 19 and Sunday, April 21 for those looking to give b ...


Songs In The Key of Eh!

Join the Gentlemen of Harmony for their upcoming spring performance: Songs in the Key of Eh! T ...


Fresh Air 10K & 2.5K Run

This year marks Fresh Air’s 40th Anniversary of their Run, hosted in recent years at Kamview N ...


Singing Valetines

Singing Valentines presented by Gentlemen of Harmony Send your valentine something special this Val ...


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