In addition to virtual services, we offer individualized behavioural services at home, school, and community settings for individuals of all ages. Our teaching strategies are based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and address the student's needs in various domains, such as communication, language development, self-help, toileting, motor, social and play skills, as well as reducing of undesirable behaviours. All of the teaching strategies are developed and overseen by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst and implemented on a one-to-one basis by an Instructor Therapist.
What is the ABA process?
Step 1. Assessment
Meeting with the BCBA to discuss the student's skills, challenges, goals, interests, and learning history.
Step 2. Behaviour Plan Development
Outline student’s short-term learning objectives (e.g., language development, academics, toileting, play skills, etc.)
Identify events that surround challenging behaviours to determine why they occur.
Develop teaching strategies to enhance the student’s target skills.
Recommend service options.
Step 3. Plan Implementation
Prescribed strategies related to short-term learning objectives implemented by an Instructor Therapist, under the supervision of a BCBA.
Rigorous progress tracking and monitoring of the student’s performance.
Evaluate the efficacy of teaching strategies and revise when needed.