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ABA Therapy is an evidence-based treatment for children with autism using Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) principles.

Its naturalistic approach demonstrates remediation of the core symptoms of developmental delays and helps children develop the required skills to function independently in their natural environments.  ABA Therapy targets many socially significant goals including reduction of aggressive and/or self-injuring behaviour; improvement of language skills, social behaviour, and toileting for our learners who require foundational skills; many intermediate to advance goals such as conversation skills, academic supports, group/classroom instructions, social skills, independence, life skills, academic support and other individualized targets.  Progress is tracked through many data-driven measurement tools.  

Program Options

  • Part-time: 8 to 15 hours per week

  • Full-time: 20 to 25 hours per week

Hours Per Session:

  • Morning: Minimum of 3 hours

  • Afternoon: ​Minimum of 3 hours

  • Afterschool: Minimum of 2 hours

Program Locations:

  • Home-based: In the child's or caregiver's home

  • Community-based: In schools, daycare, nursery schools and various community settings

  • Teletherapy: Online via Zoom or Google Meet

(Program options, Hours per session, Location, and Gradual start of the program will be based on the needs of the child and upon clinical recommendation.)

​​Services Included:

  • Direct 1-to-1 therapy

  • Formal Assessment

  • Individualized Programming

  • Parent Training

  • Consultation with Professionals

  • Travel to the family

  • BCBA Supervision

Start Dates:

  • Therapy programs typically start 1 month after submitting the registration form and deposit payment.


$65 per hour (Based on 1-to-1 services)

 6-month commitment is required to ensure clinical effectiveness. Learning is a gradual process.

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This program is for early learners who require foundational skills as well as our intermediate to advanced learners.

What does my child learn?

  • Visual Skills

  • Communication

  • Play and Leisure skills

  • Dressing skills

  • Grooming skills

  • Toileting skills

  • Group instruction

  • Classroom routines

  • Social Interaction

  • Fine and Gross Motor Skills

  • Behavior Management

  • Conversation skills

  • Academic support

  • Group and classroom instructions

  • Social skills

  • Life skills

  • School or daycare support

  • Independence

To learn how we can customize our ABA Therapy Program to address your child's need

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