About Holland Bloorview
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital is Canada’s largest children’s rehabilitation hospital focused on improving the lives of kids with disabilities. We help kids smile, laugh, learn and heal. We see more than 550 inpatient admissions and 59,000 outpatient visits each year, serving children from birth to 19 years of age licing with disability, medical complexity, illness and injury. Our vision is to create a world of possibility for kids with disabilities.
More than 7,700 kids come through our doors every year with autism, cerebral palsy, brain injuries, amputation, epilepsy, concussion and other disabilities. They want to breathe on their own, become more active, talk with family, become more independent, or just feel less pain.
A world-class teaching hospital, Holland Bloorview is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto. It trains future health care specialists in the field of childhood disability. The Bloorview Research Institute is located onsite, allowing the hospital to integrate cutting-edge research and teaching, with frontline care to improve children’s quality of life. The hospital has approximately 530 inpatient admissions and 65,000 outpatient visits each year from across the province, Canada and around the world, serving children from birth to 19 years old.
Who We Serve
Holland Bloorview serves children with autism, concussion, cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, amputation, spina bifida, arthritis, cleft-lip and palate, epilepsy and other physical and developmental disabilities.
About Holland Bloorview Foundation
Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital Foundation raises funds in the community for Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. With donor support, the Foundation is helping the Hospital change the world for kids with disabilities. For more information, visit foundation.hollandbloorview.ca.
Gifts to Holland Bloorview support:
- Kids with disabilities finding their voice through communication devices and speech therapy
- Kids getting active through physiotherapy, mobility devices and prosthetics
- Teens building self-confidence by learning life skills to live independently
- Parents getting the support they need through respite, peer support and financial assistance
- Kids expressing themselves and building self-esteem through art
Learn more about our committment and impact, creating a world of possibility at yourimpactmatters.hollandbloorview.ca