For the last 20+ years, we have been proud to be the leading provider of evidence-based Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) in the KFLA area.

Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention: 

This individualized, Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) intensive therapy is delivered in our centre, at home or in a school environment for at least 15 hours of individual and group intensive intervention per week, over an extended period of months.  Our Clinical team works with caregivers to develop individualized assessments and interventions for each child. Therapists work directly with the children under the supervision of Clinical Supervisors. Caregivers are guided in supporting and extending their child’s learning in a variety of environments, while using the principles of ABA. 

Community Behavioural Services: 

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) services are offered to children and youth of all ages in a variety of environments, including the home, the community and in our centre. Our Clinical team works with caregivers to develop individualized assessments and interventions for each child. Therapists may work directly with the children under the supervision of Clinical Supervisors. Caregivers are guided in supporting and extending their child’s learning in a variety of environments through individualized mediator training. Caregivers learn to apply the principles of ABA in order to promote learning and positive behaviour change. 

Behavioural Skills Groups: 

A variety of skill building groups for children and youth are offered throughout the year at our centre. These groups include play skills for young children, social skills groups for all ages, emotional regulation groups, and workshops for teens on relevant topics.  Caregivers are guided in supporting and extending their child or youth’s, learning in a variety of environments. Therapists conduct Caregiver coaching sessions during and after the groups.

Connections for Students:

When a child is transitioning out of our Early Intensive Intervention Program, our Connections for Students Program is engaged to support and ensure a smooth transition back to full time school.  A School Support Consultant meets with the family and the school staff to plan for the changes required as the child is prepared for school. This involves adapting the clinical interventions to ensure gains made in Intensive services are maintained and generalized to the school environment.  The Consultant continues to work with the school and family for a few months after return to full time school.

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