- North York
1. Surrey Place Centre
2 Surrey Pl.,
Toronto, ON M5S 2C2
Update: July 20, 2021
Surrey Place is now open for in-centre, one-to-one services by appointment only.
We continue to support our clients remotely, and you can reach the DSO Toronto Region at 1-855-372-3858.
If you have any documentation you need to send, please use our confidential fax number 416-925-5645. We ask that you do not use mail delivery as it is on hold due the office closure.
Those who have a scheduled appointment with an assessor will be contacted by the assessor and offered two options: (1) to keep the appointment and complete the assessment via phone or videoconferencing; or (2) to reschedule at a later date.
All eligibility requests are going forward. However, responses may be delayed.
Please note that service requests are being processed, as usual; however, due to other agencies’ coronavirus response plans, visits may be on hold during this time.
We continue to respond to all information requests by phone, and registration for the DSO Toronto Region remains available. Give us a call at 1-855-372-3858. We thank everyone for your patience and understanding as we respond to this situation.
You can find the latest updates at www.surreyplace.ca.
About your DSO agency
DSO Toronto Region is funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services, and is administered by Surrey Place Centre.
We follow our agency’s Mission: We help people of all ages with developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorder to lead healthy and socially inclusive lives using our exemplary skills in interdisciplinary clinical services, education and research. We provide many of our clinical services in both official languages, and where we do not, we refer to a French language service provider.
To find out more about us visit dsotoronto.ca
The Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS) conducts compliance inspections of all ministry-funded Developmental Services Ontario agencies under the Services and Supports to Promote the Social Inclusion of Persons with Developmental Disabilities Act, 2008 (SIPDDA). DSO Toronto Region was found to be in compliance with Ontario Regulation 299/10 of SIPDDA (Quality Assurance Measures) and/or policy directives applicable to MCCSS-funded services and supports for adults with developmental disabilities. View the compliance letter.
Update your information
It is important to keep your area DSO up to date when there are any changes in your situation. For example, call us if you are planning to move or change your phone number. This helps us to make sure that we have your current contact information and to confirm that you wish to remain on the service registry.