We offer personalized services tailored for individuals aged 18 months and above, encompassing diverse programs in language, pre-academic, and social skills, all taught through innovative methods.
Our specialized 1:1 ABA Therapy program provides intensive intervention to help develop and increase skills as well as manage a variety of challenging behaviours. Our well-trained therapists work closely with each child, following individualized treatment plans to address their unique needs and goals.
Through a comprehensive skills assessment (i.e., ABLLS-R or VBMAPP), direct observation by the clinical team and feedback from parents and caregivers, we collaborate as a team to develop and work towards specific goals through individualized skill programs.
All programs, whether skill acquisition or behaviour reduction, include strategies for generalizing the learned principals in a variety of ways. We strongly encourage parent and care-giver involvement through observations and coaching sessions with your child to help implement the strategies outside of the Centre.
At our center, we believe in the power of 1:1 ABA Therapy to promote positive behavior change, skill development, and overall improvement in the quality of life for individuals and their families. Join us on this journey towards meaningful progress and enhanced well-being for children on the spectrum.
Our Social Skills Group is a structured program designed to enhance social communication and interpersonal skills using the basic principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). These groups are facilitated by our instructor therapists and provide children with opportunities to practice and develop essential social skills in a supportive environment.
These groups typically run in 5-week blocks with each session focusing on a different theme. Every child will have their own goals; these goals may include improving conversation skills, understanding non-verbal cues, making and maintaining friendships, and managing social challenges.
ABA principles, such as positive reinforcement and systematic teaching methods, are applied to encourage desired social behaviors and address challenging ones. The children receive feedback and reinforcement for practicing positive social interactions.
ABA Social Skills Groups are particularly beneficial for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other social communication challenges. By providing a structured and supportive environment, these groups aim to foster the development of essential social skills, ultimately improving individuals' ability to navigate social interactions in various settings.
Our Respite Services provide support and relief for individuals and families facing unique circumstances. We enable parents and caregivers to take a break, allowing them to recharge while ensuring that those they care for receive quality care.
Key Features of Our Respite Services:
- Flexible Temporary Care: We understand the importance of flexibility. Our respite services offer short-term, temporary care to accommodate the specific needs of individuals with special needs and their families.
- Personalized Support: Respite care is tailored to the unique requirements of each individual. Our team works closely with families to provide personalized and attentive support, ensuring the well-being of those in our care while enriching their days.
- Quality Care for Diverse Needs: Whether it's for individuals with physical, intellectual, emotional, social or language challenges, our respite services are designed to address a range of needs comprehensively.
- Trusted and Trained Care Providers: Our respite care providers are trained professionals who bring expertise, compassion, and a commitment to creating a safe and supportive environment for individuals under their care.
Whether you need respite care on a regular basis or during specific times, our program is here to offer the support and relief you deserve. We are dedicated to creating a nurturing and inclusive environment that promotes the well-being of individuals with special needs and their families.