The non-profit organisation ,“Gender Creative Kids Canada”, brings together individuals, parents, friends, professionals, family members and caregivers who have or who work with children and youth who may identify as transgender (including gender variant, gender non-conforming, transsexual, two-spirited, etc..) or who are discovering or questioning their gender identity, as well as individuals who are interested in… read more »
Come and meet other parents and support one another on the second Monday of each month, from 6pm to 8pm. Two groups are running at the same time: a group composed of parents and caregivers of gender creative children, and a group for gender creative children and their siblings under the age of 14 years… read more »
The GDAAY team offers coordinated and integrated care for youth along the spectrum of gender dysphoria. We provide youth and their families with supportive services including assessment and treatment. The assessment process includes: • A direct phone call from a GDAAY team member to get some information about the youth and their gender dysphoria. •… read more »
PFLAG Canada helps families who are struggling with issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. PFLAG Canada supports, educates and provides resources to parents, families, friends and colleagues with questions or concerns. We offer a bilingual monthly parent support group in Montreal.
Providers: Dr Stephen Feder (Adolescent Medicine) and Dr. Margaret Lawson (Paediatric Endocrinology) Overview: CHEO’s Diversity Clinic provides comprehensive health care and support for gender nonconforming children and youth in eastern Ontario. Assessment Process: Dr Stephen Feder does initial assessments with youth and families. Parents of young children can be seen without the child. Mental health… read more »
Safe and inclusive school ideas for families, students and education staff. Training for teachers. Assistance for students who need support. Referrals to community support services.
JersVision.org and the International Day of Pink (DayOfPink.org) work with schools and youth communities to address bullying, discrimination, homophobia, and transphobia. How we do it: Educational programming: through workshops and presentations we use education as a way to stop bullying & discrimination Conferences and Professional Development: by building a capacity for acceptance and understanding among youth… read more »