Parent Coaching

The Parent Coaching program is best suited for families who are looking to address specific goals at home or in the community. Our clinical team will train parents/caregivers to implement specific interventions based on their goals and assessment results. Goals could include, but are not limited to, working on self-help skills (e.g., independent dressing or toilet training), communication (e.g., increasing expressive communication), behaviour reduction (e.g., reducing challenging behaviours using function-based strategies), play skills (e.g., increasing independent play during free time) or social skills (e.g., initiating and sustaining interactions with peers).

What We Offer:

  • Individualized treatment goals and recommendations.
  • Flexibility in service intensity.
  • Training and supervision from a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA/BCBA-D) and/or supervision by a Registered Psychologist.
  • Parent coaching offered in-person or virtually via ZoomHealth.
  • Parent mediated, 1:1 client sessions, or a combination of both parent mediated and 1:1 sessions.

Commitment From Parents:

  • Active participation
  • Consistent implementation of the recommended strategies
  • Data collection to monitor progress

In some cases, in addition to parent mediated strategies and teaching, it may be determined that 1:1 sessions with your child are required to teach them skills directly. An intake meeting (approximately 1 hour) is required to determine the type of service that is most appropriate for you and your family. 


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