This site is devoted to providing ABA resource materials to children involved in an ABA program.
An organization devoted to providing information, workshops, training and holistic intervention to families and children with Autism/PDD and other developmental disorders.
Provides quality evidence-based behaviour programs and services to children and youth with autism and other developmental exceptionalities through direct services, training of family members and consultation to the community. Offers treatment centres in Etobicoke and Hamilton and home based IBI in the GTA, Peel, Halton, York regions and the City of Hamilton.
Provides a wide range of high quality, dependable and inclusive child care, support and information services to meet the diverse child care needs of families and children.
Committed to providing their students with the necessary tools so that they may live their life to its greatest potential. Using the principles of applied behaviour analysis, they emphasize language and social skill acquisition using a verbal behaviour approach within the comforting environment of your home. Working with the entire family, they are committed to parent and sibling training so that learning and development continues, even when they are not there.
Research programmes at CanChild concentrate on children and youth with disabilities and their families within the context of the communities in which they live. Our focus is on the interrelationships between individuals, their families, communities, and health systems.
An incorporated, non-profit charitable organization, comprised primarily of families who have children with special needs, with representation across the municipality of Chatham-Kent.
A children’s mental health centre. We provide mental health services and support services to troubled children, adolescents and their families. We are a United Way agency.
Uses a unique future planning process(developed by PLAN,our Parent organization) for people with disabilities. It is a seven step process that families can follow to create a safe and secure future for their loved one. Each future plan is tailor- made to meet your family’s needs. It begins with your wishes and dreams for the future and addresses any issues and concerns you may have.
The governing body established by the Ontario government to regulate the practice of Occupational Therapy in Ontario.
A non-profit organization which provides a range of employment, residential, and support services to adult persons with intellectual disabilities in the region of East Prince, Prince Edward Island.
A fully accredited children’s mental health centre that provides services for children up to age 12 and their families.
We are a group of mental health clinicians and neurodivergent peers who are united by a passion to help autistic individuals and their loved ones thrive. The practice emerged from a need for respectful, client-focused psychotherapy and skill development for autistic children, teens, adults and their families.
Our services are guided by a Neurodiversity framework, where individual brain differences are seen as a natural variation of human development. Our therapists utilize the strengths-based INVEST approach to therapy developed by Dori Zener – Identify Needs, Validate, Strengthen, Educate and Thrive.
Canada’s leading addiction and mental health teaching hospital. CAMH succeeds in transforming the lives of people affected by addiction and mental illness, by applying the latest in scientific advances, through integrated and compassionate clinical practice, health promotion, education and research.
Empowered Kids Ontario (EKO) represents Ontario’s publicly-funded child development and rehabilitation sector. With the united voice of our members, we promote evidence-based investments, policies and programs enabling smart, innovative approaches and service delivery so kids with special needs and their families live their best lives.