Tablet Learning

Direct ABA Programs

We provide in-home and community-based one-to-one Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) to individuals of all ages in the Durham Region, the GTA and the York Region.  

Our values strongly guide the way we work with our clients and their families
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Example of ABA Program Goals by Age Group

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Infant/Toddler

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Preschool

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Elementary

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High School

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Adulthood

Example of ABA Program Goals by Age Group

Infants/Toddlers

  • Social engagement

  • Responding to name

  • Motor skills

  • Awareness of the environment

  • Play skills

  • Toilet training

  • Self help skills

  • Expressive Language and Communication

  • Understanding language and communication

  • Following directions

  • Increasing interest in others

  • Tolerating waiting

ABA sessions involve naturalistic play-based learning with an emphasis on family engagement and support

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Preschool

  • School readiness

  • Following instructions

  • Attending

  • Self help

  • Managing emotions

  • Play and Leisure skills

  • Social skills

  • Toilet training

  • Pre-academics (colours, songs, numeracy, letter recognition)

  • Toilet training

  • Expressive language and communication

  • Understanding language and communication

  • Tolerating waiting denial

  • Transitions

ABA sessions involve a combination of naturalistic play-based learning and introduction to structured learning activities

Elementary

  • Academic skills

  • Social skills

  • Managing emotions

  • Expressive language and communication

  • Understanding language and communication

  • Attending

  • Executive functioning skills

  • Play and Leisure skills

  • Community safety

  • Self help skills

  • Problem solving skills

  • Responding to bullying

The structure of ABA sessions will vary depending on learner and goals but could include naturalistic

teaching opportunities, structured learning activities, or small group instruction

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High School

  • Academic skills

  • Social skills

  • Managing emotions

  • Language and Communication skills

  • Executive functioning skills

  • Life skills

  • Community living skills

  • Problem solving skills

  • Vocational skills

  • Transit training

  • Community safety skills

  • Boundaries and consent

  • Responding to bullying

  • Self advocacy skills

The structure of ABA sessions will vary depending on learner and goals but could include naturalistic teaching opportunities, structured learning activities, or small group instruction

Adulthood

  • Functional academics

  • Social Skills

  • Executive functioning skills

  • Communication skill

  • Managing emotions

  • Coping skills

  • Job skills

  • Resume writing

  • Interview skills

  • Dating and romantic relationships

  • Increasing independence at home and in the community

The structure of ABA sessions will vary depending on learner and goals but could include naturalistic

teaching opportunities, structured learning activities, or small group instruction

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