About Us

About Us

Established in 2018, The Discovery Centre specializes in evidence-based ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) therapy for children and teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our goal is to help children and families to achieve their full potential by building skill acquisition and reducing challenging behaviours.


What Makes Us Different?

The Discovery Centre puts the care and respect of those we serve at the forefront, providing excellence of service through high quality assessments, consultations, training, and treatment. The Centre delivers evidence-based Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) to foster the development of our clients, helping them to reach their full potential.

Our Vision

Leaders in transforming children and adolescent’s lives on their path to growth and learning.

A Place Where Kids Can Be Kids

Our Values


We believe in a Culture of Accountability - that we as individuals are accountable to our team, our clients, our funders, our professional ethics, and to ourselves. We value all the work that we do across our organization and creating an environment of reliability and commitment. 

Empowering & Inclusive

Every child that enters our Centre is accepted as they are and supported in their personal growth. We empower families to better support their children using strategies to help develop and maintain their skills and manage any challenging behaviours.

Collaboration & Communication

We Are in This Together - through open communication we will share ideas, practices, ask for help, and create clarity with our families, within our team, and with other professionals. We acknowledge that we are better when we collaborate and communicate with each other.

Service Excellence

We are committed to creating environments that are not only grounded in the highest of clinical excellence but also feel approachable, warm, and provides seamless and helpful solutions.

About Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), encompasses a specific set of behavioural and developmental challenges. When a child is diagnosed with ASD, it indicates that their communication, social interactions, and play skills may potentially be impacted to varying degrees.

The term 'spectrum' in ASD underscores the uniqueness of each child, as they possess an individual combination of characteristics, resulting in a distinct profile. This diversity is what constitutes the spectrum.

Throughout a child's growth and development, the nature and expression of these challenges may evolve, influenced by their biology and environmental experiences.

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