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Pratten One Complex Care Program

600 Sanatorium Rd
London, ON
N6H 3W7
Toll-Free: 1-877-494-2774
Fax: Clinical Records: 519-858-3913
iconPath Mon-Fri 8:30am-5pm
Inpatient Services: Daily 24 hours
Last Updated: Oct 6, 2023: Suggest an edit


Care Program.Submit an inpatient referral form for this service if you are:• a doctor• the child or youth’s parent• an employee at the child or youth’s school• an employee of a social service agency (like a single point access agency)• the child or youth in need of serviceAll referral forms must be signed by the child or youth’s doctor.Learn more about the referral process and access referral forms:

Eligibility / Target Population

Generally, children or youth being referred to a CPRI program or service should visit a doctor and have accessed support in the community before considering a referral to CPRI. Once your child’s or youth’s referral has been accepted, an appointment for a clinical consult is set up so our team can meet you and your child. This consult determines whether your child or youth is eligible for the program. The children we help may have:• cerebral palsy• genetic syndromes• feeding difficulties• neurological disorders• associated developmental delays




English ; French

Language Notes

Interpretation available upon request

Area Served

London (West)


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Description of Services

Specialized assessment and treatment services to children and youth from birth to 18 years of age with complex medical fragility and/or technology dependence.
Team includes:
  • nurses
  • childcare workers
  • a paediatrician
  • a child life specialist
  • a physiotherapist
  • an occupational therapist
  • a speech-language pathologist
  • a dietician
  • a social worker
Services in the Pratten One Complex Care Program offer two types of intensive admissions:
  • day treatment
  • overnight admission
Children may receive treatment over the course of a day and go home afterwards, or stay at the Child and Parent Resource Institute (CPRI) and receive treatment over a longer period. 
A typical admission is one week per month. During this time, children will be monitored and assessed. Medical treatment provided such as:
  • oxygen therapy
  • oral/tube feeding
  • seizure monitoring/management
Children are assisted in reaching developmental goals such as improving fine/gross motor and communication skills.
Last Updated: Oct 6, 2023: Suggest an edit