Family Services

Family Services

Behavioural Support Plan. The BSP is designed to address a specific behavioural goal of decreasing a child’s negative/inappropriate behaviours OR increasing a child’s positive/appropriate behaviours. Examples include, decreasing meltdowns, decreasing aggression, increasing peer interactions, and/or increasing listening skills. This service includes:

  • Observation
  • Data Recording Forms
  • Programming Ideas
  • Modelling Opportunities
  • Report
  • Optional: Report presentation to school or other service provider

Goal Achievement Plan. The GAP is designed to support a family in helping their child reach his/her potential in a particular area. Examples include, developing a child’s motor skills, regulating sensory input, improving attention/focus, and/or managing transitions. This service includes:

  • Observation
  • Data Recording Forms
  • Programming Ideas
  • Report
  • Optional: Report presentation to school or other service provider

Infant Development Program. The IDP is designed to support a family through the formative early years in a child’s development. For children ages 1-3, this program addresses ways to give additional support where necessary to promote achievement of the developmental milestones. This program includes:

  • Co-planning easy and affordable programming activities with parent
  • Modelling Opportunities
  • Data Tracking
  • Access to a lending library of toys, activities, books, and more!

Online Consultation. Versions of the programs listed above can be adapted to occur through communication tools such as Skype and e-mail. This is a good option for families living in rural and/or remote locations.

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