Family Resource Centre
Grandview's Family Resource Centre is generously supported by:
Featured topic: CEREBRAL PALSY
Stop by the Family Resource Centre in Oshawa to see:
Teaching Motor Skills to Children with Cerebral Palsy and Similar Movement Disorders: A Guide for Parents and Professionals
Cerebral Palsy: A Complete Guide for Caregiving
Finnie's Handling the Young Child with Cerebral Palsy at Home
Medical Issues and Cerebral Palsy
Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Parent's Guide
Stretching Ourselves: Kids with Cerebral Palsy
Where is the Family Resource Centre located?
- in the Atrium (waiting room) at Grandview's main site in Oshawa
- some resources are also available at Grandview's Ajax and Whitby satellite locations
What resources are available?
- books including popular titles, topics and authors
- DVDs and videos
- magazines and booklets
- brochures on services at Grandview, and additional services in the community
- forms, including: Disability Tax Forms and Accessible Parking Permits
- and more
Can I view a list of Grandview's resources online?
- click here to view a list of resources >> updated: April 2, 2013
- use the tabs at the bottom of the list to locate resources at our Oshawa, Ajax and Whitby sites
- note: some resources on this list may currently be on loan to families
Who can borrow materials from Grandview's Family Resource Centre?
Full use, including borrowing privileges, is available to:
- families and other caregivers of children and youth on Grandview’s caseload
- Grandview staff
- staff of related agencies providing service to Grandview clients
Any member of the community (such as high school students studying disabilites) may visit our Family Resource Centre to view materials on-site; however, only those listed above may borrow and remove materials from Grandview Children's Centre.
How can I borrow materials?
All books, DVDs and videos must be signed out including your name and phone number. Loan periods are as follows:
- books: 3 week loan
- DVDs and videos: 1 week loan
Please be considerate to other families when borrowing from the Resource Centre. Thank you for returning all borrowed materials within the expected time frame.
You may receive a reminder call for overdue borrowed materials.
More questions about resources?
Call the Family Resource Centre: 905-728-1673 x 2222 or toll free 1-800-3304-6180 x 2222
Online Resource Centres
Resources compiled by other Ontario Children's Treatment Centres in the Greater Toronto Area: