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Please note, masking is still mandatory at Holland Bloorview. A medical grade mask will be available upon entry.


Program Description

What is it all about?
Who is it for?


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What is it all about?

This group program opens new opportunities for kids to participate in a groundbreaking robotic experience. This program provides an opportunity to develop and refine decision-making and socialization skills, all while making friends. Participants will work hands on with robotic LEGO in interactive building activities.

For the 2021 - 2022 season, we will be returning to our in person classroom settings.  Once your registration, payment and intake interview has been completed, your child will be confirmed as a participant.  The team will provide safety protocol information to each family that will include drop off/pick up for program, masking and santizing requirments and social distancing requirements.

Who is it for?

It is intended for youth with a disability, ages six to 14, who are interested in science, technology, engineering and/or math (STEM). Participants must be able to safely and successfully participate in a structured two-hour large group program. Participants must have an accessible computer and/or a speech-generating device. No experience required.


  • Participants must be able to safely and successfully participate in a structured 2-hour large group program.

  • Participants must be interested in participating in the selected robotics program as well as be motivated to work towards a selected goal actively throughout the session.

  • Children must be the appropriate age to participate in the program or be turning that age during the program (Science Club 6-14 years old, Junior 6-10 years old, Intermediate 10-14 years old). Open only to children ranging from age 6-14.

  • All participants must present a formal diagnosis of their condition and/or disability prior to the program start date.

  • If a child would benefit from and/or require 1:1 support during program in order to participate safely and/or successfully, it is the responsibility of the caregiver to source 1:1 support for the participant prior to clients spot being confirmed.  A family may be required to provide their own 1:1 support before their spot is confirmed.

  • Participants must have identified a way of accessing a computer and/or speech generating device prior to the program start date. This may require an appointment with our Assistive Technology Specialist.

    If you have any questions regarding any elements of the program eligibility please feel free to contact Steph Hicks (TRS):