News

  • Sep. 07, 2012

    New Website Launched

    New Website Launched
    We are very excited to launch our new website.  Niagara Children’s Centre, the School Authority and the Foundation worked together to develop a site that will provide improved and real time information to visitors.    Particular emphasis was placed on including information about our services that families will find helpful.  At the same time, we hope that the website will better inform those who make referrals, community agencies, donors and the general public about Niagara Children’s Centre. The website will continue to evolve over time.   Let us know what you think of our site.  You can email your comments to info@niagarachildrenscentre.com
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  • Sep. 01, 2012

    2011-12 Annual Report

    Annual Report
    Niagara Children’s Centre’s Annual Report  “Setting the Path for the Future”  is now available.  Read about our Speech and Language Pilot Project, our Strategic Priorities and new developments in the School and the Centre. Download Annual Report
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  • Sep. 01, 2012

    New Information System Will Benefit Clients

    New Information System Will Benefit Clients
    On June 4th Niagara Children’s Centre went “live” with a new electronic child health records system. This new system is called GoldCare and it enables us to record, share and communicate information more effectively with staff, families and community partners.    Dorothy Harvey, project lead at the Children’s Centre commented that “the implementation of this new, family-focused, electronic client information system will have benefits for children and their families as well as staff and other service providers. We are particularly excited about long term plans to develop a “parent portal” in order to provide parents with secure, web-based access to…
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  • Jul. 31, 2012

    Speech and Language Project Enters Second Year

    Speech and Language Project
    Niagara’s Speech and Language pilot project has been extended for a second year, to August 31, 2013.  This project is one of seven in the province, designed to redesign the delivery of speech and language services for children from birth to grade three.  Niagara Children’s Centre is the lead agency, operating in partnership with the District School Board of Niagara, Catholic District School Board of Niagara and the HNHB Community Care Access Centre.  Partners are committed to providing services in a more streamlined manner that will potentially reduce duplication of assessment, decrease waiting times and provide for smoother transitions at…
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