Comprehensive ABA Services


Our clinic is located at 250 Carlaw Ave., Unit 102, in the Leslieville area of Toronto.

Comprehensive ABA treatment, sometimes referred to as Intensive Behaviour Intervention (IBI), targets a broad range of skills across all learning domains with the goal of accelerating your child’s rate of acquisition and increasing their learning trajectory. Treatment is intensive, ranging from 20-40 hours per week and includes regular parent and caregiver homework and coaching. Research supports starting comprehensive ABA at age 2 to 3, for at least one year followed by a systematic transition into Kindergarten or Grade 1 (ONTABA ABA Primer 2019).

What We Offer:

  • 20 hours of treatment per week
  • 1:1 instruction
  • Sessions are Monday through Friday (either 8:00-12:00pm or 12:30-4:30pm)
  • Comprehensive approach to teaching across all developmental domains
  • Collaboration with other service providers and school
  • 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
  • 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

Contact Us to Learn More or to Schedule an Intake Assessment:

Dalton Associates (DA) and Launch Behavioural Health acknowledge that we are situated on Turtle Island, that has been inhabited by Indigenous Peoples from the beginning. As a settler-owned organization, we are always working on de-colonizing our practices and offering mental health services that reflect a wholistic approach to health and wellness. Our clients come from a variety of backgrounds, and include First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples. We want to do more than make a difference at an individual level: we aspire to support a societal shift in the way that mental health is addressed and cared for, and we believe that a cross-cultural approach, bringing Indigenous worldviews to the forefront, is necessary to help break the system and rebuild it in a way that promotes healthy wellbeing for future generations. We are actively engaged in changing the landscape of mental health care in Ontario, by augmenting (and compensating) the voices and experiences of Indigenous knowledge keepers, and by incorporating Indigenous values and teachings in our program models.