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WHO is this for?
The Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Services and Supports
provides short-term goal-oriented interventions to children under the age of 18 who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The focus of these ABA services are: communication skills, social skills, daily living skills and behaviour management/emotional control.

WHAT is provided?
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Services and Supports

Once the registration is complete, a Needs Assessment will take place. Parents are actively involved with this assessment.

Service Coordination and Treatment Plan
Based on the needs identified through assessment with collaborative input from parents, ABA team, and other community service providers, an individualized service plan will be developed for the child/youth and their family. Short term goals will be set and prioritized.

Child and youth services will target specific skills areas and will be provided 2 to 4 hours per week for two to six months. Depending upon the program, the services can be one on one or small groups. When a service period ends the child or youth can be re-referred to the ABA service to focus on other goals identified in their service plan. Parent education, workshops and training are also part of the range of services offered.

- Workshops for parents of children and youth with ASD.
- Clinic Day Flyer.

HOW are these services delivered?
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Services and Supports

These services are accessible through CONTACT Niagara at 905-684-3407 or by E-mail at info@contactniagara.org

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