Program Managers have several years of leadership experience. They are responsible for supporting the clinicians who work with you and your child, ensuring you receive our best care.
Clinical Supervisors are Board Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBA). They lead the development of an evidence-based behaviour plan and oversee, lead, and train the therapists who deliver applied behaviour analysis services to your child or youth.
Therapists are experience in working with children and youth with Autism. They provide applied behaviour-based programs, including intensive early behavioural intervention, to your child or youth.
Program Assistants provide administrative support to ensure effective and efficient functioning in all services areas.
Program Leads are also Board Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBA). They provide consultation and support on the day-to-day clinical work that therapists are doing with your child.
Family Support Workers
Family Support Workers have several years experience and in-depth knowledge about autism. They provide you with introductory and foundational information about autism and function as the link between you and your child’s services.
Consultants have several years experience experience and in-depth knowledge of autism and school environments. They provide services to the support the learning needs of your child when they are transitioning from intensive early behavioural intervention to school. They build capacity for school staff in understanding autism through consultation, training and access to resources to school in order to help your child to improve their learning.