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Our early education programmes are designed to support your child’s learning, behaviour and development. Programmes begin with an assessment to get to know your child, identify their strengths and challenges and establish goals.
Following an initial assessment, an individualised programme is developed and tailored to the needs of your child and family circumstances. Regular follow up visits are scheduled to review progress, problem solve challenges and update goals.
If your child is attending preschool or creche, training can be provided to early years practitioners to support your child in achieving their goals in that setting.
Programmes are evidence based and focus on a broad range of development areas including communication, independence skills, academic skills, play skills, social skills and fine and gross motor skills. Each program is individualised to meet a child’s needs. 
Programmes can be designed for children from 16 months old. A referral is not required to access this service. 

 

Similar to early intervention, our school age programmes begin with an initial assessment. Following an assessment, a comprehensive programme is developed to meet your child’s needs in collaboration with their school.

The programme can be delivered by parents and teachers and parent and teacher training is provided.

 

Challenging behaviour is any behaviour that interferes with a child’s learning, engagement and social interactions or leads to a poorer quality of life. These challenges can often be more pronounced for children with autism due to developmental delays or sensory and communication difficulties. Our behaviour support services begin with getting to know your child and identifying why your child is displaying challenging behaviours. Once the function of the behaviour is identified, an intervention is designed specifically for your child. This intervention will often involve adjusting the environment to support, for example your child’s sensory or communication needs. It can also involve teaching your child new skills. If your child is attending preschool or school, a plan can be devised to provide support across settings.
Support is provided professionally and compassionately.

Similar to early intervention, our school age programmes begin with an initial assessment. Following an assessment, a comprehensive programme is developed to meet your child’s needs in collaboration with their school.

Our training and workshop programmes focus on upskilling professionals, such as teachers and early years practitioners, to better understand and manage challenging behaviour using evidence based approaches. Professionals are encouraged to get in touch if they require a bespoke training package to meet their needs.

BCBA supervision is provided for students accruing their experience hours to become Board Certified Behaviour Analysists or to BCaBAs who are maintaining their accreditation. Mentor support is also available for newly qualified BCBA’s who are seeking continued support. Supervision focuses on the practical implementation of the theoretical concepts learned in course work and problem solving challenges that arise in practice.  

 

BCBA supervision is provided for students accruing their experience hours to become Board Certified Behaviour Analysists or to BCaBAs who are maintaining their accreditation. Mentor support is also available for newly qualified BCBA’s who are seeking continued support. Supervision focuses on the practical implementation of the theoretical concepts learned in course work and problem solving challenges that arise in practice.