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Treatment, education, research, consultation services
OUTPATIENT SERVICES:
- Attachment Consultation and Education Service (ACES): Service for children and youth with an attachment disturbance or disorder.
- Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD): Service for children and youth with suspected autism; service for those clients with a confirmed diagnosis of autism with complex behavioural issues.
- Dual Diagnosis Disorders: Service for children and youth with intellectual disabilities and severe psychiatric and/or behavioural issues.
- Intellectual Disorders and Emotional Disorders: Adaptive Strategies (IDEAS): Service for children and youth who are developmentally delayed and have an emotional disorder.
- Brake Shop: Service for children and youth with a diagnosed or suspected tic disorder and other disinhibition disorders.
- Mood Disorders Clinic: Service for children and youth who may have been diagnosed with early onset mood disorder.
- Selective Mutism: Service for children and youth who have restricted speech in one or more settings for at least two months.
- Sexual Behaviours Team: Service for children and youth who display inappropriate sexual behaviours.
- General Clinical Services: Service for children and youth with complex emotional or behavioural needs.
- Home Visiting Program for Infants (HVPI): Service for infants who have or are at risk of having a developmental delay.
- Homeshare: Specialized family placement program for children and youth who have multiple disabilities.
- VoCPRI: Resource center with books, videos and information packages covering such subject areas as children and adolescents, developmental disabilities, mental health and parenting materials are available on loan * provides up-to-date, consumer-friendly information and reference services on child and adolescent mental health and developmental disabilities

INPATIENT SERVICES:
- Inpatient Services Description: Short-term, highly specialized consultation, assessment and treatment Inpatient Services that focus on the individualized clinical needs and identified goals of children or youth with complex, mental health and/or developmental needs from across the Province. The interdisciplinary teams collaborate with the child, youth, caregivers and community service providers in developing a comprehensive plan to manage continuing needs at the community level of service. Unit demographics and population may change based on referral patterns. There are 59 directly operated beds at CPRI.
- Pratten 2S: Serves the female population, ages 6-18 with complex mental health, externalizing and internalizing behavioural needs requiring a comprehensive assessment. An interdisciplinary team provides consultation, assessment, and treatment planning and Inpatient Services for children and youth that are individualized and collaborative with the children and youth, their caregivers and community partners and are based on clinical needs and identified goals. Average length of stay is 2-12 weeks.
- Unit 4: Provides services to male youth ages 13-18 with complex mental health, externalizing, and or internalizing behavioural needs requiring a comprehensive assessment. An interdisciplinary team provides consultation, assessment, treatment planning and Inpatient Services for children and youth that are individualized and collaborative with the children and youth, their caregivers, and community partners and are based on the clinical needs and identified goals. Average length of stay is 2-12 weeks.
- Unit 5: Provides services to coed population ages 6-12 with complex mental health, externalizing and or internalizing behavioural needs requiring a comprehensive assessment. An interdisciplinary team provides consultation, assessment, treatment planning and Inpatient Services for children and youth that are individualized and collaborative with the children and youth, their caregivers and community partners and are based on the clinical needs and identified goals. Average length of stay is 2-12 weeks.
- Unit 6: A co-ed unit for children and youth, ages 6-13. An interdisciplinary team provides consultation, assessment and treatment Inpatient Services for children and youth with complex mental health, externalizing, and/ or internalizing behaviours and developmental needs that impact their success at achieving their goals at home, school or in the community. The treatment programming is individualized and is an ongoing collaborative process with the child, youth, caregivers, and community providers to create a comprehensive plan to manage continuing needs at the community level of service. Average length of stay is 2-12 weeks.
- Thameswood: A co-ed unit for youth, ages 13-17. An interdisciplinary team provides consultation, assessment and treatment Inpatient Services for youth with complex mental health, externalizing, and/ or internalizing behaviours and development needs that impact their success at achieving their goals at home, school, or in the community. The treatment programming is individualized and is an ongoing collaborative process with the child, youth, caregivers, and community providers to create a comprehensive plan to manage continuing needs at the community level of service. Average length of stay is 2-12 weeks.
- Pratten 1- 12 Short-Term: A co-ed unit for up to 12 children and youth ages 0-18 with complex developmental and medical (including technological dependence) needs. An interdisciplinary team focuses on determining and understanding factors contributing to challenges and supports collaborative planning with the child, youth, caregivers and community service providers for meeting the individualized and continuing medical and developmental goals. Pratten offers two types of Inpatient Services: Day Treatment or Inpatient Admissions (a typical admission is one week at a time per month). Most of the children and youth attend the Child Life Program in the unit. This program focuses on developmental and psychosocial needs of the child through an individualized program that includes therapeutic play and social activities.
- Section 23 Classrooms: These classrooms are directly supported by the Ministry of Education to provide education to children and youth participating in an Inpatient Service and whose needs are not best met in regular or special education settings.
600 Sanatorium Road
London, ON, N6H 3W7 Map
519-858-2774
1-877-494-2774 (Toll Free)
Ages served: Up to 18 years
Languages served: English, Interpretation upon request
Fees: None
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This resource is listed under these topics

Addictions (including Drugs, Alcohol and Gambling)
Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD)
Anger
Behaviour and Conduct Problems
Bullying
Depression
Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)
Developmental, Intellectual Delay and Disabilities
Eating Disorders including Anorexia and Bulimia
Fetal Alcohol and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD)
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Last modified Jul 23, 2018 5:28pm
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