Monarch House Ltd. Announces Opening of Its 9th Clinic in Canada

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Monarch House Ltd (“Monarch House”), a Canadian network of interdisciplinary behavioural health centres focused on serving children and youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has expanded its national presence by opening its 9th clinic. The clinic is situated in Toronto at Yonge and Finch and was previously operated by Integrated Services For Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (“ISAND”), a highly respected charitable organization founded by Dr. Wendy Roberts.

“We are thrilled to be expanding our services in Ontario and in the GTA. We look forward to serving families in the local community, and in particular, providing continuity to of care former clients of ISAND,” Chelsea Ganam

Monarch House Ltd (“Monarch House”), a Canadian network of interdisciplinary behavioural health centres focused on serving children and youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), announced on December 7th that it has expanded its national presence by opening its 9th clinic. The clinic is situated at an attractive location in Toronto at Yonge and Finch and was previously operated by Integrated Services For Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders (“ISAND”), a highly respected charitable organization founded by Dr. Wendy Roberts.

“We are thrilled to be expanding our services in Ontario and in the GTA. We look forward to serving families in the local community, and in particular, providing continuity to of care former clients of ISAND,” stated Chelsea Ganam, President of Monarch House. “As the Ontario Autism Program continues to accelerate diagnosis and children begin to receive long awaited funding, we believe it is more important than ever to build capacity for families dealing with autism, said Rachel Koffman, Chief Operating Officer of Monarch House.”

“The leadership team at ISAND has been delighted to discover we have a shared value base with Monarch House of naturalistic and interdisciplinary approaches to serve individuals with neurodevelopmental needs and their families,” said Scott Russell, Executive Director of ISAND. “We believe our families will be ideally served by Monarch House going forward,” he stated.

The new clinic will be staffed by an interdisciplinary team of Monarch House clinicians and has begun accepting families. Prospective families can contact Monarch House by calling (647) 259-6795.

About Monarch House
Founded in 2008, with clinics located in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario, Monarch House puts outcomes for children and families at the forefront of everything it does—by improving access and coordinating services for individuals with autism spectrum disorder, developmental delays, disabilities, and changing behavioural needs throughout their lifespan. Monarch House’s Board-Certified Behaviour Analysts, speech-language pathologists, and occupational therapists work collaboratively and individually as required to deliver evidence-based services. Monarch House is committed to continuous learning and conducts research to advance understanding and provide the most effective services possible. Monarch House is supported by Venn Growth Partners and BDC Capital, the investment arm of the Business Development Bank of Canada.

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