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Type:

OAP Core Clinical Services

Age:

0 – 18 Years

Fees:

Fees vary by program. For details, contact us at autism@stridestoronto.ca

Referral:

No referral required

Eligibility:

Having a diagnosis of autism
*Eligibility criteria vary by program

Languages offered:

English

Location:

Various Scarborough locations

Hours:

Hours vary by program

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Our clinical team includes experienced Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs). Our team of experts will work with you and your family in developing individualized services and supports to meet the needs of your child/youth with ASD.

Family-centred care is the fundamental basis of service delivery within Strides Toronto’s Autism Services. This approach values parents and caregivers as experts on their child and as key decision makers in their child’s interventions. It also recognizes their lifelong commitment to their child’s learning and wellness.

This service is for children and or youth who require individualized support across a few learning domains and teaches essential skills based on your child’s individual needs. It involves one-to-one sessions with a behavior therapist and may include small group instruction if appropriate. Areas of focus are identified in collaboration with caregivers and may include communication, social/play skills, learning readiness, daily living skills, self regulating, and management of challenging behaviour. Goals and session durations are personalized for your family’s needs.

For more information about the 1 to 1 ABA service, please contact 416-438-3697 ext. 19055 or email autism@stridestoronto.ca.

How to Register with The Ontario Autism Program

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