1:1 In-Home ABA Therapy
We provide comprehensive services to create effective ABA programs, designed to be implemented in the child's home. All programs include a behaviour and/or skill assessments, individualized programs, and on-going supervision. Some of the skills typically worked on in-home include early learning skills, play, communication, academics, daily living skills, and toileting. Challenging behaviours can also be addressed, such as non-compliance, aggression, and self-injurious behaviour.
1:1 Community-Based ABA Therapy
Sometimes the best way to learn or practice a skill is to go out into the community and seek those real-life learning experiences. Many of our clients receiving in-home ABA programs will also have a community-based component. Some of the skills typically worked on in the community include various functional skills and social skills. Challenging behaviours can also be addressed, such as non-compliance during transitions or non-prefered activities (like medical appointments).
Group ABA Therapy
Some skills are better taught and practiced in a group setting. When we have clients with similar goals and interests, we arrange dyad and small group sessions. We do not currently advertise our groups to the public, but if you would like to inquire about our current dyads/groups, we'd love to see if your child would be a good fit to join in. The more the merrier! Some of the skills typically worked on in groups include early learning skills, play, communication, academics, daily living skills and social skills. Challenging behaviours that appear in group settings can also be addressed.
All programs include a parent training component, with additional training available upon request. It is important for parents to learn ABA strategies specific to their child's needs, as well as general ABA principles.
It is very important that the strategies used in therapy be implemented across all environments, including school. We encourage parents to include us in IEP development and parent meetings. Training for school staff is also available.
Placements and BCBA Supervision
Co-op placements are available for college students enrolled in Autism and Behavioural Science programs. BCBA supervision is also available for Masters-level students and professionals working in the field.