Programs & Services by Behaviour Analysis North

In-person
Location:Sudbury
Who is Eligible:

Parents with a child with an ASD diagnosis between the ages of 16 - 18

For help with:
  • Skill Building
  • Social Skills
  • Teens
Provider:Behaviour Analysis North

This social skills group will aim to teach important social skills for high school learners transitioning to adulthood. It will provide the learners with an opportunity to practice skills such as conversing and cooperating with others, building, and maintaining friendships with their peers as well as coping with peer rejection and managing social conflict. Through a variety of facilitated group activities and take-home assignments, learners will have the opportunity to explore their current repertoire of social skills and identify their challenges in social settings. This social skills group includes many strategies for helping teens develop the necessary skills for coping with the demands and expectations of transitioning to adulthood.

In-person
Location:Sudbury
Who is Eligible:

Parents with a child with an ASD diagnosis between the ages of 13 - 15

For help with:
  • Life Skills
  • Skill Building
  • Social Skills
  • Teens
Provider:Behaviour Analysis North

This social skills group will aim to teach important social skills to early high school level learners. This skills group will focus on providing learners with an opportunity to enhance their conversation skills, explore their social skills, practice managing peer related conflict, as well as practice making and building strong friendships with peers. Through a variety of facilitated group activities, games and take-home assignments, learners will be provided with an opportunity to make peer connections, build confidence in their social abilities, and enhance their self-awareness skills.

In-person
Location:Sudbury
Who is Eligible:

Parents with a child with an ASD diagnosis between the ages of 10 - 12

For help with:
  • Social Skills
Provider:Behaviour Analysis North

This social skills group will aim to teach important social skills to school aged learners at the intermediate school level. This skills group will focus on providing learners with an opportunity to explore their social strengths and identify their social challenges as they prepare for transition to high school. Through a variety of facilitated group activities, games and take-home assignments, learners will have the opportunity to work on their conversation skills, friendship building skills as well as learning to develop strategies for managing conflict with peers and coping with other peer related challenges.

In-person
Location:Sudbury
Who is Eligible:

Parents with a child with an ASD diagnosis between the ages of 7 - 9

For help with:
  • Life Skills
  • School Age
  • Social Skills
Provider:Behaviour Analysis North

This skills group will aim to teach school aged learners’ important social skill for engaging in social play and social interactions, building friendships with peers, as well as managing emotions in challenging social settings. Learners will have the opportunity to identify their social strengths as well as an opportunity to practice play skills, language skills, self-regulation skills and school readiness skills. This social skills group will provide a variety of facilitated activities that will encourage learners to connect with peers, enhance their self-awareness skills and practice problem solving and cooperation skills.

This session is currently full however we encourage you to add your name to our Interest in Future Sessions list and we will contact you if additional spaces come available. Add your Name to our List

In-person
Location:Sudbury
Who is Eligible:

Parents with a child with an ASD diagnosis between the ages of 4 - 6

For help with:
  • Life Skills
  • Skill Building
  • Social Skills
Provider:Behaviour Analysis North

This skills group will aim to teach preschool and kindergarten learners prosocial skills for transitioning into the demands of a school setting. Learners will focus on school readiness skills, play skills, as well as self-awareness skills. This social skills group will provide learners with an opportunity to explore and practice social skills such as asking for help, greeting peers, turn taking, asking peers to play, and joining in on other peers’ play. Through a variety of facilitated activities, this group will also help learners identify and practice skills needed for managing their emotions and learning to cooperate with other peers.

This session is currently full however we encourage you to add your name to our Interest in Future Sessions list and we will contact you if additional spaces come available. Add your Name to our List

 
Program may be available virtually
Location:Sudbury
Who is Eligible:

Parents with a child with an ASD diagnosis, who are looking for techniques and tools to help manage their child’s disruptive behaviours.

For help with:
  • Behaviour Prevention
  • Caregiver Training
  • Coaching
  • Daily Routine
  • Skill Building
Provider:Behaviour Analysis North

The RUBI Parent Training for Disruptive Behaviours is intended to equip parents with a variety of techniques and tools that can help minimize disruptive behaviours and increase desired behaviours.

It provides families with a wealth of information that can assist in their day-to-day planning for their child by including teaching opportunities for play skills, daily living skills as well as opportunities to apply behaviour management skills for encouraging desired behaviours.

This session is currently full however we encourage you to add your name to our Interest in Future Sessions list and we will contact you if additional spaces come available. Add your Name to our List

 
Program also available virtually
Location:Sudbury
Who is Eligible:

The program helps learners explore their thoughts and feelings and understand the impact these have on their actions.

For help with:
  • Anxiety
  • Coaching
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Language
  • Resilience
  • Self-regulation
Provider:Behaviour Analysis North

The Think Good Feel Good program uses a cognitive behavioural approach to explore and test thoughts as well as learn alternative cognitive and behavioural skills. The program helps learners explore their thoughts and feelings and understand the impact these have on their actions.

The goal of the program is to gain greater control over what happens in our lives while increasing overall happiness.

This session is currently full however we encourage you to add your name to our Interest in Future Sessions list and we will contact you if additional spaces come available. Add your Name to our List

 
Program also available virtually
Location:Sudbury
Who is Eligible:

This program aims to help children learn to develop and practice independent management skills for day-to-day tasks.

For help with:
  • Coaching
  • Daily Routine
  • Self-regulation
  • Skill Building
Provider:Behaviour Analysis North

The Flexible and Focused program aims to help learners develop focus skills such as organizing, flexibility, problem solving, self management and self-awareness of their needs. It provides checklists, data sheets and task lists as resources to use and adapt to real-life situations.

This program aims to help children learn to develop and practice independent management skills for day-to-day tasks.