FAQ’s

What is the age range that Pathways for All supports?

We support infants, children, youths and parents.

Is Pathways for All covered by insurance/OHIP?

Despite the fact that many families need support understanding processes to help their child be successful, the services provided by Pathways...

What professionals can Pathways for All refer you to?

Pathways for All can provide you guidance on how to access different professional such as: Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Medical doctors, Occupational/Physio-therapist, Speech and language Therapists, and others.

What is the difference between a diagnosis and identification?

Diagnosis: In Ontario, any diagnosis is a Controlled Act under Section 21(1) of the Regulated Health Professions Act.  According to...

Why does my child need a diagnosis?

Having a diagnosis allows the child/adolescent, parents, and educators to understand a child’s learning profile that will include: areas of...

How long does it take to be referred to a professional and then get a diagnosis/assessment?

Diagnosis is not a quick process.  Often it is like putting together pieces of a puzzle.  The timeline depends on...

How much does it cost to get an assessment?

It all depends on the assessment.  Medical assessments are covered by OHIP, while some extend health insurance plans will reimburse...

How long will it take Pathways for All to provide a Personalized Success Plan?

From the initial meeting to the review of the Personalized Success Plan meeting will depend on the complexity of the...

How long is the diagnosis valid for? How long is an assessment valid for?

Diagnosis is usually long term identification of disease or disorder.  Depending on the type of assessment, some are long term...

How can I get my questioned answered?

You can call us at 647-640-3733 to book a free 15 minute consultation.

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