Children’s Case Management:
Eligibility and Registration

SCS provides information, support, and guidance to children who are diagnosed with a developmental disability and/or Pervasive developmental disorders (Autism spectrum).

CCM Eligibility Criteria

The child must meet the following criteria to be eligible for CCM at SCS:

  • The child is at a sub-average general intellectual functioning level. In most cases, the scores of the child in the psychological assessment are below the second percentile.
  • The child has significant limitations in adaptive functioning in at least 2 of the following skill areas: communication, self-care, home living, social/interpersonal skills, use of community resources, self-direction, functional academic skills, work, leisure, and health and safety.
  • The child has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Supporting documents:

If your child meets the criteria above, you must share supporting documents with SCS that confirm a diagnosis of a developmental disability and/or autism spectrum disorder.

To confirm the diagnosis of your child, please share one of the following:

  • Assessment from a psychologist
  • Assessment from a pediatrician


At this step, you have confirmed your child is eligible and you have provided the supporting documents. You are ready to register for Children’s Case Management.

Option A: Contact SCS

When you first contact SCS, you will be connected to a Children’s Case Manager.

The Children’s Case Manager will assist you with completing the registration process. Make sure to have all the supporting documents with you.

Please call SCS at 613-748-1788. An employee at the reception will direct your call to a Children’s Case Manager.

Option B: Complete the Online Registration Form

If you prefer, you may also choose to register by filling out the on-line registration form.

A Children’s Case Manager will contact you after you have completed the online registration form.

Visit the links below to learn more about what is a developmental disability and what is the Autism Spectrum Disorder: