ABA Made Easy


Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is the scientific methodology that is used to support each child's skill development within the OAP.  This workshop will introduce families to ABA and demonstrate how these strategies can be used to teach skills during daily family routines. Registration closes 24 business hours prior to the workshop

Challenging Behaviours: Prevention and Redirection Strategies


Learn about the various functions of behaviour and why a child might engage in challenging behaviour.  Participants will develop an understanding of how to use Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) to prevent and redirect difficult behaviours. Knowledge of key ABA terminology will further enhance your understanding of concepts and strategies discussed within this workshop.  Registration

Triple P Stepping Stones (Positive Parenting Program) Seminar Series


Stepping Stones is based on Triple P's positive parenting strategies.   It is aimed at helping parents and caregivers prevent and manage problem behaviour common in children with a developmental disability.  It also helps encourage behaviours you like, cope with parental stress, develop a close relationship with your child and teach your child

Funding Form Support: SSAH and ACSD


This workshop is designed to guide parents/caregivers step-by-step through the process of completing both the Special Services at Home (SSAH) and the Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities (ACSD) application forms. Please Note: This workshop is intended for parents/caregivers that will be applying to SSAH and/or ACSD for the first time.

Fostering Independence with Daily Living Skills


Daily living skills are developmentally appropriate, practical skills necessary to care for oneself and promote independence. This session will discuss the variables that impact the learning of self-help skills and explore different ABA strategies that can be used to successfully teach life skills. Knowledge of key ABA terminology will further enhance your

Understanding and Promoting Emotional Regulation


This workshop explores the causes of stress behaviours and aims to provide parents/caregivers with a richer understanding of emotional regulation.  It also provides concrete strategies to support the child's ability to monitor and manage their emotions, thoughts and behaviours in appropriate ways that enhance their wellbeing, learning and personal relationships.

Teaching Early Communication Skills


Communication is a fundamental skill that will enhance each child’s quality of life. In this workshop, families will gain an understanding of how early language and communication skills develop in children with autism and learn teaching strategies to help develop their child's communication skills within daily routines. Knowledge of key ABA

Autism & Sleep: Setting Up Routines for Bedtime Success

Some parents of children with autism spectrum disorder have difficulty establishing a healthy sleep routine with their child.  This workshop will discuss common sleep challenges, navigating challenging behaviours around sleep and learn how to apply ABA strategies to set up a bedtime routine. Knowledge of key ABA terminology will further enhance your

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