Partnering for Change Final Report

On behalf of Dr. Cheryl Missiuna, Cathy Hecimovich and the Partnering for Change research team, we are pleased to announce the public release of the final report of the Partnering for Change: Implementation and Evaluation Study (2013-2015). The project was funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and the Ontario Ministry of Education. We are grateful for the funding that allowed us to conduct this important research.

The results are positive in all areas! Goals were achieved and the occupational therapy service was delivered in a way that identified children who were struggling earlier, reached many, many more children, built educator capacity and OT capacity, and cleared waitlists at the schools receiving the service, at no additional cost.

The report outlining the high level results is now available as an online interactive website that can be viewed on any computer, iPad or tablet

To view the report, please go to

The website opens to the front cover and the 8 sections of the report – Executive Summary, What is P4C? P4C in Practice, The Study, Findings, Making a Difference, Lessons Learned and Policy Implications.

Move to any section that you want by clicking on it or by using the Table of Contents button at the top right. Key messages are presented first for each section and sub-section. If you wish to read one page at a time, you can use the arrow at the bottom of each page.