We are professionals in child development and evidence-based teaching strategies, here to teach caregivers how to help the little people in their lives meet developmental milestones
We are highly trained in focused areas that make a difference in every child and caregiver's day to day quality of life (e.g., eating, sleep, toileting, etc.)
We are dedicated to providing a teaching and learning environment that is safe, successful, compassionate and delivered with kindness
Our overall goal is to improve the wellness in the lives of those in our community by building skills in areas that matter most
We are registered on the Ontario Autism Program (OAP) Provider List
Who We Are
Kelly Ubdegrove M.A., BCBA
Kelly Ubdegrove is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst with a Master of Arts in Professional Behaviour Analysis and co-founder of CWC. Kelly has extensive training in selective eating, toilet training, sleep training, treatment of severe problem behaviour and strategies for teaching communication skills. Over the past 15 years Kelly has been collaborating with various professionals (e.g., nurses, social workers, SLPs, OT etc.), paraprofessionals (e.g., educational assistants, behaviour technicians etc.) and families on how to create and teach these essential skills in the most supportive and compassionate environments. She is dedicated to the science of behaviour analysis and creating a safe and comfortable learning environment for caregivers and the children in their lives.
Megan Smith, M.ADS, BCBA
Megan has been applying the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis in order to help children reach socially significant goals for the last 10 years. She is passionate about empowering others to apply the same principles to the children they care for to create meaningful, lasting change in their lives.
Megan possesses a Masters of Applied Disability Studies from Brock University and is a registered Board Certified Behaviour Analyst on the Ontario Autism Provider List. Her recent clinical focus has included specialized training in the areas of sleep, toileting, feeding and compassionate skill-based treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Developmental Disabilities.
She has had the pleasure of collaborating with many professionals such as Speech Language Pathologists, Child Counselors, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists, Educational Assistants and Teachers to provide multidisciplinary care to children of all ages.
As a co-founder of CWC, Megan aims to use her specialized training and skill set to build a strong community where caregivers of all sorts feel supported to help the children they love reach integral milestones. She strongly believes that healthy behaviours around sleep, eating, and toileting are foundations of wellness for children and caregivers, setting them up for success to participate, learn and grow in their communities.