The ABA admissions area was formed in the spring of 2001. ABA involves the systematic application of learning principles and techniques to assess and improve individuals. covert and overt behaviors in order to help them function more fully in society.
A not-for-profit organization formed in 2002 for the purpose of promoting mutually rewarding friendships between children with autism spectrum and related social-communicative disorders and their peers, classmates and siblings. Our goal is to help children develop to the best of their abilities through the play and socialization that results from these friendships.
Specializes in intensive therapeutic interventions for children with “extra needs” ranging from mild behavioural and emotional challenges to moderate or severe childhood disorders such as Learning Disabilities, Developmental Disabilities, and other challenges that limit success at home or school. Also has full-service autism programs for children ages 2 to 19, as well as “Service Packages”, or any individual service in any amount required.