Social Workers are professionally trained to support children, youth and families to cope with the impact of illness, disability and complex health needs.
They care for the social, emotional and service needs of children, youth and their families, while respecting the need for client and family confidentiality.
Social Work services at ErinoakKids are provided by social workers who have a Masters of Social Work degree, and are registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.
Children/youth and their families may be referred to Social Work services if:
What can Social Workers address?
Support For Siblings
Social Work services have resources to help the siblings of children/youth who receive services at ErinoakKids.
Youth Mentorship Training - New!
Join us for a free 11-week program to grow your leadership skills and learn how you can support your peers in positive and effective ways. This program will help you build your confidence, and improve your problem solving and communication skills. This program is open to highschool-aged youth.
You will learn:
Following the training you will be able to:
Date: Thursday evenings from April 22 – June 24
Time: 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Format: Virtual Group via Zoom for Healthcare (A link will be emailed to you after registration)
For questions and to register please contact:
Amy Newman, Social Worker
905-855-2690 ext. 2370
Lisa Feitelberg, Social Worker
905-855-2690 ext. 4326.