In this service, one of our experienced behaviour consultants who has the skills to provide individualized services is assigned to a school team in order to support a student with special needs (e.g., Autism, FASD, Intellectual Disability).
What types of services can a Behaviour Consultant provide?
Our behaviour consultants have a minimum of a Master’s degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and provide a wide range of services that include:
Behavioural assessments for the challenging behaviour (e.g., aggression)
Writing a behaviour support plan (BSP)
Creating a safety plan and crisis prevention protocols
Training teachers and educational assistants (EAs) on plan implementation
How do the Behaviour Consultation Services work?
Our process begins with an intake meeting in which we gain a thorough understanding of the student’s unique circumstances and support needs. Next, we use the information gathered during the meeting to create a plan that is easy to follow and based on realistic outcomes.
Who can benefit from Behaviour Consultation Services?
This service is for any school team that oversees care for a person with special needs and requires an experienced behaviour consultant to provide consultation services on a regular or occasional basis. Our behaviour consultants work in a variety of settings with parents, family members, school administrators, and group residence managers to support persons with special needs.
All of our clinical services are overseen by a licenced Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)
We hire the best support staff, behaviour interventionists, and consultants tailored to your unique support needs
All of our staff go through rigorous screening measures to ensure the safety of the persons we support
WHO ARE WE?
We are a community based agency serving persons with special needs across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) and Greater Vancouver Area (GVA). Our clients include parents, schools, group homes, and community living agencies.
Our Mission is to create ethical and person-centered supports for all persons with special needs including persons with Autism (ASD), Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FASD), Down Syndrome, and Intellectual Disability.