Focused ABA Services

Focused Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) targets a limited number of treatment goals, generally over a short period of time. These goals can include learning new skills or reducing challenging behaviours. Parent and caregiver training is a key component of focused ABA treatment in order to successfully generalize and maintain skills in a client’s natural environment and to support family and caregivers in managing challenging behaviours (BACB 2014).

What We Offer:

  • 8-16 hours of treatment per week
  • 1:1 instruction
  • Sessions are Monday through Friday, either 8:00-12:00pm or 12:30-4:30pm
  • Play- and activity- based teaching (learning in the natural environment)
  • Focus on generalizing new skills across environments, people, and things
  • Focus on skill maintenance over time
  • Collaboration with other service providers and school
  • Monthly team meetings
  • Ongoing assessments
  • Ongoing and regular supervision by a BCBA, BCBA-D and/or a Registered Psychologist

Commitment From Parents:

  • Completion of parent homework and practice to generalize skills to home and community settings.
  • Ongoing communication about challenges, concerns or progress
  • On time drop off and pick up
  • Provision of a snack and drink for your child daily
  • Provision of extra clothes/weather appropriate clothing


For supervised psychological ABA services that may be covered under your extended health care benefits, please go to our supervised psychological ABA services page.


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