Early and ongoing supports and services can enhance long-term outcomes for children and youth with autism. Our Autism Services offer helpful opportunities to thrive at home, school and in the community. If you’re unsure which service is right for your child, try using our Now What navigation tool.
OAP Core Clinical Services include applied behaviour analysis, occupational therapy, speech language pathology and mental health supports based on your child’s individual needs. These services can be purchased using your OAP funding (e.g., Access OAP funding, childhood budgets, interim one-time funding, etc.), out-of-pocket or other sources including charitable funds and private insurance.
“My son, Finn, has autism and has struggled to interact with his peers since he was young. It started with delays in speech development, failure to understand others’ feelings, an inability to carry a conversation outside his subjects of interest and being unable to read non-verbal cues. We signed Finn up for the Social Time program at Surrey Place to improve his confidence to build relationships and carry conversations with his peers, be open to learning from others and, over time, become more independent. Finn enjoys his ABA therapists, the… READ MORE
Applied behaviour analysis (ABA) is a form of therapy that uses the principles of learning to teach important and meaningful social behaviours that improve quality of life for your child and family. Therapists have used ABA since the 1960s. ABA continues to produce the strongest evidence that it helps children with autism learn today. Children receiving ABA have significantly better outcomes than those receiving other treatments or no treatment at all.
ABA therapy can help children improve in the following areas:
Language and communication skills
Focus, social skills, memory and academics
Fine and gross motor skills and personal independence, including feeding, dressing and toileting
Board Certified Behavior Analysts® is graduate-level certification in behaviour analysis. Our supervising staff undergo continuous extensive training and examination to provide the most up-to-date clinical form of therapy for children with autism. Our highly individualized programs are supervised by our BCBA®s.
The Ontario Autism Program offers funding and services to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children and youth who have been diagnosed with ASD by a qualified professional are eligible for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) under the Ontario Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS).
Surrey Place provides customized service plans to meet the specific needs of children and youth, and their families.
We have locations across the Greater Toronto Area:
These services can be purchased using your OAP funding (e.g., Access OAP funding, childhood budgets, interim one-time funding, etc.), out-of-pocket or other sources including charitable funds and private insurance.
OAP Core Clinical Services include:
ABA Group Therapy
Intensive Behavioural Intervention
1-to-1 Focused Behavioural Intervention
Comprehensive Skill-Based Assessment
Mental Health Group
Other Clinical Services (With Fees)
These services can be purchased out-of-pocket or using private insurance. Services that currently fall under this category are Early ASD Diagnostic Assessment, Psychoeducational Assessment and Child and Teen Counselling.
We offer several payment options to help you manage your budget as needed:
Option 1: Pay in Full
We accept various payment options, including e-transfers, cheques, and major credit cards. *Note: Payment is required three weeks before the service begins.
Option 2: Pay in Installments
For programs over $2,000: After an initial installment of 40% of the program cost (due three weeks before the service begins), the remaining balance will be paid in two monthly installments, each accounting for 30% of the program cost.
For other amounts: We offer other payment plan options to break your purchase into a series of affordable installments. Just ask and we will work with you to meet your specific needs.
Purchase with confidence
We accept e-transfers, post-dated cheques, and credit card payments except AMEX.
Refunds, Credits & Withdrawals
We offer refunds and credits for any of your payments prior to the service start date.
Full Refund – A full refund will be provided if a request to terminate services is received at least 14 days before the service start date.
Full Credit – A full credit will be provided if a request to terminate services is received less than 14 days before the service start date, no refund will be provided.
IBI, 1:1 Focused Behavioural Intervention, Speech-Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Mental Health Services*: If a request to terminate services is received after the service start date, from the time that the notice is given, a paid notice period of 30 days will be implemented. Sessions scheduled within those 30 days will be charged and the client is encouraged to attend the sessions while the notice period is in effect. A credit will be provided for any amount paid beyond the 30-day notice period*.
*For mental health services delivered by a psychologist, if a request to terminate services is received after the service start date, a refund will be provided for any unused service amount.
ABA Group Therapy: No refund or credit will be provided after services have started.
We may consider exceptions to our refund policy on a case-by-case basis.
A minimum number of registrants is required for a class to run. Surrey Place reserves the right to open or close a class or to revise the fee structure.
If the program is cancelled because it does not meet the enrollment minimum, every effort will be made to accommodate participants in another program. If there is no other program that is satisfactory to you, you will receive a full refund.
Missed sessions and late cancellations will be billed and make-up sessions are not guaranteed. Sessions cancelled by Surrey Place will be rescheduled or refunds/credits will be provided.
We are always looking for new ways to support children and youth with autism and their families. We welcome feedback to support the continued development of additional services and supports.
“The Resource Clinic that I joined was a one-to-one clinic for parents of children aged five and under. It was an amazing time as the entire hour was used for focusing on questions and answers of my daughter’s case. After the session, my clinician, Beth, sent a list of resources that were discussed in the session. It was very informative and time well spent!” READ MORE