Foundational Family Services
To register for Foundational Family Services , families must be registered with the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) and have an OAP number.
Not yet registered with the Ontario Autism Program? please visit their website to confirm eligibility and fill out the OAP registration form: Ontario Autism Program Registration Form – Forms – Central Forms Repository (CFR) (beta) (gov.on.ca)
For support in selecting services or to learn more about additional services and supports in your community, contact our Family Foundational Service Coordinator by phone or email:
- Marcia Morgan by calling 1-877-996-1599 extension 2630
- Shared email email@example.com
Find a Program or Service
The following Foundational Family Services are provided by Child & Community Resources and our partners through the Northern Collaborative.
Focused Consultative ABA Services with BCBA
GJCC Focused Consultative ABA services (using the techniques and strategies of Applied Behaviour Analysis – ABA) can help individuals learn new skills, cope with, and tolerate different situations, and decrease some challenging behaviours. Individualized plans will include 1 goal, which is then broken into smaller steps through teaching strategies. Some examples are:
- Improving social skills, taking turns
- Following instructions, transitioning between activities, following a schedule
- Learning to care for personal needs, like: getting dressed, teeth brushing, basic daily self care
You will guide the process. Together, we will talk about your needs, goals, and what you and your child/youth need support with. Do not worry; we will help give clinical recommendations if you do not know where to start.
When you have selected the goal, we will observe and assess your child/youth to see his/her current strengths and needs. Our clinical team will create an individualized 10-week plan for your child/youth based on your goals. Your child/youth will be working 1-1 with a Behavioural Therapist to deliver the plan with the Clinical Supervision of the BCBA. There are also opportunities for caregiver mediated coaching throughout the 8 weeks of sessions. All services can be delivered virtually or in-person, as determined in collaboration with your child/youth’s Behaviour Clinician (BCBA). These goals can happen in a variety of environments based on needs and consents.
- Antecedent Strategies
- Applied Behaviour Analysis
- Caregiver Training
- Daily Living Skills
- Daily Routine
- Early Learning
- Life Skills
- School Age
- Skill Building
- Social Skills
George Jeffrey Children's Centre
This service is not intended for complex behavioural needs due to short service block period
1 hour session X 2 per week; plus 1 hour parent goal meeting, plus 2 hour observation, plus 1 hour parent debrief
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