ABA Therapy

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) uses the science of behaviour to set up optimal learning environments and make socially significant behaviour change.

We work with children and adolescents aged 2 to 17, and adults 18+, providing direct therapy and parental/caregiver support. We work with learners with a variety of diagnoses, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and other developmental and neurological disabilities. We also work with learners who have not received a formal diagnosis.

In ABA, we use a variety of positive behaviour supports to teach new skills and reduce challenge behaviours. The possibilities are endless! Common areas of skill acquisition include language development, communication, early learning skills, academics, fine and gross motor development, play and leisure skills, social skills, self-regulation strategies, toileting, daily living skills, community safety, and even job readiness skills. Reducing challenging behaviours can also be an area of focus, such as reducing self-injurious behaviour, aggression, elopement, picky eating, and non-compliant behaviour.

Virtual and in-person service options available.

For those receiving in-person services, you can read more about what to expect when accessing service in-home and at the centre.

Fill out an intake form to begin the registration process.

Don't forget to take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions.

We are able to service families through a variety of funding options.

We are an OAP Approved Provider. All of our ABA services are supervised by clinicians on the OAP Provider List.
Our services are considered an eligible expense to be purchased using OAP budgets, childhood budgets, interim one-time funding, and needs-based Core Clinical Services. Some of our services are also covered under Special Services at Home (SSAH) funding.

Please note that all of our services are subject to revision, and results are not guaranteed. We use evidence-based strategies to base all of our interventions and clinical recommendations, as outlined in the BACB’s various codes of ethics.

If non-evidence-based interventions are requested, their effectiveness must be monitored closely. Alternatively, referrals can be made to other professionals better suited to oversee such interventions.

If behaviour analytic services are not provided in accordance to these stipulations, the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board (BACB) has a system for concerned individuals to file a Notice of Alleged Violation.