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Organization: Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est - Ottawa - Labelle St - Service du soutien à l'apprentissage - volet Enfance en difficulté  
Phone Numbers: 613-744-2555
Toll-Free: 1-888-230-5131
Fax: 613-744-3081
Centre éducatif
4000 Labelle St, Ste 320
Ottawa, ON
K1J 1A1
Intersection: Michael St and St Laurent Blvd
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm
Executives: Réjean Sirois - Director of Education and Secretary-Treasurer
Public Contacts: Sylvain Plourde - Director
Service Description: Early detection for children who require special programs * continuous evaluation * counselling and therapeutic interventions, both individual and group, are offered by a multidisciplinary team of speech therapists, social workers, psychologists and educational advisers

Students from Kindergarten to high school, who are benefiting from these services, can become members of different groups based on their needs: learning difficulties or disorders * developmental disabilities * pervasive developmental disorders * language problems * behavioural problems * issues with school attendance * physical disabilities * blindness * deafness

Fees: None
Application: Call to request an application package or visit the website
Eligibility / Target Population: French-speaking children between 3-21 years of age within the school board's jurisdiction who require special programs because they are autistic, have a physical, developmental or learning disability or a behavioural disorder.
Languages: French
Area Served:
Lanark County ; Prince Edward County ; Renfrew County ; Frontenac County ; Hastings County ; South Algonquin ; Lennox and Addington County ; Leeds and Grenville United Counties ; Ottawa (City of)  
See Also: Autism
Children and Youth with Disabilities

This information was last completely updated on January 31, 2018

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Updated January 31, 2018
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