“Should we be concerned? And what do we do about it?”
If you’ve asked yourself these questions, you’ve landed on a place that can help.
Welcome to WonderTree.
Trying to figure out if you should be worried or what the next steps are can be a burden on caregivers. Sorting out who to see is tricky and then the waitlists feel never ending. We get it. We have been there. We understand as parents and professionals that finding the RIGHT care for your child is crucial.
WonderTree is a pediatric hub designed to support youth and families in Ontario. We offer wrap around, experienced care for families so you don’t need to spend time and energy sorting out your next steps. We have a handpicked multidisciplinary team that is passionate and flexible to meet the needs of our clients. And if your youth is neurodivergent, has complex medical concerns, and/or is twice exceptional, you know how hard it can be to find a good team, so we built one for you. See one of us, or several of us, it is up to you.
Our team includes:
Clinical, Neuro, and School Psychologists
Speech and Language Therapists
Certified Ontario Teachers
Developmental Service Workers
Early Childhood Educators
Child and Youth Workers
Executive Functioning Coaches
Family Focused At WonderTree, we take a family-centered approach to care delivery. We value partnerships with family members and guardians in addressing the psychological and behavioural needs of their youth. Caregivers are considered experts concerning their children’s strengths and needs, and integral to treatment implementation and success. We work together with families within each service whenever possible.
Strength Based At WonderTree, we focus on our client’s internal strengths and resourcefulness, rather than on weaknesses, failures, and shortcomings. This focus sets up a positive mindset that helps you build on your best qualities, find your strengths and improve resilience. We hope to help families discover and tap into their inner strengths to build solutions.
Intersectionality At WonderTree, we hold a framework of intersectionality when working with our clients. This describes the ways in which systems of inequality based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, class and other forms of discrimination “intersect” to create unique dynamics and effects for each individual. Through an awareness of these systems, we can better acknowledge and ground the differences and similarities among us.
One of our family coordinators will return your call/e-mail within 2 business days. Our family coordinators will help determine which service provider would be the right fit and assist in scheduling your appointment.