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Intensive behavioural intervention (IBI) is programming based on the principles of applied behaviour analysis (ABA) and designed specifically for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  This program teaches skills to prepare your child for Kindergarten (e.g., listening skills, early academic skills, imitation skills, toilet training, play skills, etc.) in addition to working on enhancing communication skills and decreasing challenging behaviours that may interfere with learning and social development. It is called intensive behaviour intervention because of the number of prescribed hours of intervention per week, which ranges from 20-40 hours.

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.

The Behaviour Analyst Certification Board outlines the experience requirements necessary to become a BCBA/BCaBA.

Supervision provided by Brooke Myers, MA, BCBA will help you meet this experience requirement by working on developing your behaviour analytic skills related to the BACB Forth Edition Task List and current best practices in the field of applied behaviour analysis and positive behaviour support.