Lansdowne Children’s Centre opens three sites in Haldimand and Norfolk

Lansdowne Children’s Centre opens three sites in Haldimand and Norfolk
CALEDONIA—Shown at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Lansdowne facility in Caledonia on Friday, September 24, 2021 are (l-r) Carolyn Muir, Speech Language Pathologist and Speech Manager; Rita-Marie Hadley, Executive Director; MPP Toby Barrett; Haldimand Councillor Dan Lawrence; and Tova Vertes, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Assistant. Lansdowne opened three facilities that day, with other ribbon cutting ceremonies in Simcoe and Dunnville. —Haldimand Press photo by Meg Deak.

To The Haldimand Press

HALDIMAND—Aided by local elected leaders, Lansdowne Children’s Centre officially opened three new service sites last week to improve access for Haldimand and Norfolk children and youth. Added space assumed during COVID-19 helps Lansdowne better serve local kids with physical, communication, or developmental disability. 

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