Our behaviour consultation service aims to reduce challenging behaviour and teach new skills. The focus of these consultations and the length of service will depend on what you would like to work on. Here are some examples of behaviours we can help you with:
- Decreasing aggression
- Decreasing self-injurious behaviour
- Improving communication skills
- Decreasing food refusal in children with ASD
- Teaching children with ASD to sleep on their own
- Teaching play/leisure skills
- Teaching social skills
- Toilet training
- Teaching academic skills
- Increasing on-task behaviour during academic work
- Teaching independent daily living skills and other functional skills
- Teaching skills related to gainful employment
- Teaching self-advocacy skills
This service consists of four phases, which are outlined in the flowchart below.
Our behaviour consultation services adhere to the Quality Assurance Measures (outlined in Ontario Regulation 299/10) and the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct for Behavior Analysts.
To inquire more about our behaviour consultation service please click here.