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One-to-One ABA Skill Building Service
Home & Community

Early intervention and individual skill development in the early years can greatly influence a child's overall well-being. In the realm of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the emphasis is on enhancing life quality through meaningful skill development. Children's Wellness Centre involves caregivers in all skill-building objectives, employing a compassionate and supportive method to enrich the child's learning journey.


Assessment: $615.00 (one time fee)

Direct/Indirect/Travel: $70.00/hr

Clinical Supervision: $115.00/hr

The hours required for this vary depending on the skills being taught and the number of hours being delivered per week. Although it can vary, it is best practice for a BCBA to provide 10% (or more) supervision for a child’s direct service hours.

Who is this service for?

This service is for caregivers and children living in Belleville, Kingston, Gananoque, Brockville and surrounding area who are not able to travel to the clinic or prefer receiving services at home or in a community setting (e.g., daycare, school). 

Our Home & Community ABA skill building service caters to children, with or without autism, facing challenges in areas the include but are not limited to, pre-academics, communication, play, social skills, emotional regulation, *emerging problem behavior and daily living skills.

*We highly recommend services needed for challenging or emerging problem behaviour be delivered in the clinic with a plan to transfer skills to the home and community.

What to expect

To begin services the caregiver and Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) will meet to discuss goals, funding and determine the most appropriate number of service hours (e.g., from 1.5 hours/wk. to 20 hours/wk.). Following this, an assessment will be completed at the clinic. Caregivers and the clinical team will work together to choose goals that will be meaningful and align with the family's values. Individual teaching sessions will be conducted by a Behaviour Therapist. All Behaviour Therapists will receive supervision by a BCBA, and caregivers will be involved by assisting with weekly sessions (as needed) and transferring skills to other environments.

Common skills targeted

  • Communication

  • Pre-academic skills

  • Play

  • Social skills

  • Daily living skills

  • Emotional regulation

  • Emerging problem behaviour

  • Group readiness

Connect with us

To initiate our home & community ABA service you will submit a form on our contact us page. A clinic representative will connect with you via phone or email to set up a time to meet to answer any questions you may have, and gather information about your child.. If you decide to proceed with services registration will be completed and you will be ready to start.

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