About the Mission
Our mission at KidsAbility is to empower every child to realize their full potential.
As demand for our services and treatments continues to surge, we’re committed to keeping pace and meeting the needs of our growing community.
That’s why we created the Rocket Discovery Centre, a symbol of our commitment to children and families that no child in our community will be left behind. Our vision is ambitious but clear: a future where no child waits months or years to access critical life-changing therapies; where research translation takes years, not decades; and where collaboration leads to systemic change in pediatric healthcare and brighter futures for children.
We invite you to join us aboard Rocket and help us soar to new heights in the field of disability studies and rehabilitation sciences. Together, let’s launch into the future!
Our Rocket Crew
Collaboration and transparency are the bedrock of our research and innovation approach.
We firmly believe that genuine progress stems from collective efforts and the open exchange of knowledge.
By cultivating collaboration among researchers, therapists, families, and the wider community, we harness diverse perspectives, expertise, and resources to fuel innovation. Our commitment to transparency ensures that stakeholders understand the profound impact of our work and how their support directly contributes to transforming the lives of children.
Reducing Wait Times for Therapy
KidsAbility is tackling an age-old problem of wait times in bold, decisive ways. Why? Because kids can’t and shouldn’t have to wait.
Removing Barriers to Access
Our services must be accessible to everyone who needs us. We will remove barriers to services and supports that get in the way so we can reduce disparities in healthcare outcomes.
Improving Quality of Care
Our children & families deserve the highest quality of evidence-based services. Through our commitment to family-centered care, we strive to promote the overall health and well-being of children and their family unit.
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Mission Planning, Launched, Landed & Cancelled
Innovation starts with an idea.
Once the idea is shaped into a prototype, it’s time to test it in the real world.
If the pilot phase is successful and the data supports the new approach, our researchers begin translating it into everyday practice.
Unfortunately, not every idea is a winner, and we need to cancel our mission.