These programs target specific meaningful and relevant goals within the child and youth’s school environment, at home, or within the local community. Programs focus on areas of communication, social skills, self-help skills, or behaviour management. Each program is individualized to your child, incorporates a range of evidence-based teaching methods (ABA) and includes lots of positive reinforcement to make learning fun.
These individualized programs are delivered with peers in a small group setting.
Additional one-to-one support is now available at an extra rate of $10 per hour. This option is suitable for children with more complex needs.
Children & Youth Intake
Critical skills needed to develop friendships and participate in school and community activities.
Children’s Friendship Training
Establish social relationship skills thorough interactions with peers, making friends, and responding to challenging situations.Ages 6-12
Social Skills 3
Strengthen the building blocks of social engagement with peers through conversation skills and friendship skills.Ages 11-13 Summer Camp
Increase language skills, including initiating, maintaining, and appropriately ending conversations with adults and peers.Ages 7-15 Summer Camp
Social skills training intervention designed for motivated youth interested in learning ways to help them make and keep friends.Ages 12-18 Summer Camp
Learn co-operative skills, problem-solving, project planning, and presentation skills, which require active listening and negotiation.Ages 8-17 Summer Camp
Develop and implement coping mechanisms when engaged in stressful and frustrating situations.
Self-help skills to increase independence at home, at school and in the community.
Effective communication helps children communicate their needs and advocate for themselves.
There are no scheduled programs for the Summer 2021 season. Subscribe to our newsletter for new program announcements.
One-on-one service focusing on individualized learning goals.
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