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Ontario Autism Program – Foundational Family Services

Community Living North Halton is offering Foundational Family Services which supports capacity building for families to support their child’s learning and development. The services that will be offered are outlined below. Services are available to all families in the Ontario Autism Program at any time and are based on a family’s changing needs over time. Services will be offered in a variety of ways including virtual support and services are available to families at no cost.

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Family Resource and Clinic Days

Meet with a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) or a Behaviour Clinician for an hour to discuss current challenges you are facing as it relates to challenging behaviour you are experiencing or a skill/behaviour you would like to increase or develop. The CLNH team member will discuss concepts and strategies that you can try at home to address your current concern.

*Sign up for our Clinic Day if you need help determining which of our services best suits your needs*

  • Schedule: Based on clinician/family availability (mutually agreed upon time)
  • Registration: Please use our online registration page HERE. You will receive an email confirmation to confirm your appointment.
  • Modality: Remote
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Brief Targeted Consultation

Work with CLNH’s clinical team to target a skill you are looking to increase or decrease across 3, 1 hours sessions + 1-month follow-up sessions. The Behaviour Clinician will gather information on your goal for consultation during your initial appointment. Your clinician will share strategies and problem solve with you and follow up on the outcome during your consultation sessions.

  • Schedule: Based on clinician/family availability (mutually agreed upon time) 1 approximately 1-hour initial appointment and 3, 1-hour consultation sessions + 1, 1-hour follow-up session 1 month later.
  • Registration: Please use our online form HERE and a Behaviour Clinician will contact you to set your initial appointment.
  • Modality: Remote
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Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Sessions

Behaviour Clinicians will present on a variety of topics to increase parent and caregivers’ knowledge in Applied Behaviour Analysis and related topics. Learn new concepts or refresh yourself on what you have learned in the past while having the opportunity to ask questions and interact with Behaviour Clinicians. Want to discuss more? After the workshop, sign up for an individualized coaching session with a Behaviour Clinician on the workshop topic.

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Family and Peer Mentoring

Do you have a child with ASD and are looking for help in supporting your other children? Meet with a Behaviour Clinician to review a Parent’s Guide to Supporting Siblings of individuals with ASD. Take the opportunity to share your individualized goals or concerns regarding the ASD diagnosis or sibling support and the Behaviour Clinician will provide support using resources that address your needs.

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Transition Supports

Behaviour Clinicians will support families of children and youths experiencing school based transitions, transitioning to adulthood, etc. based on the individual need of the parent/caregiver. Click the link below to fill out our questionnaire and register to meet with a Behaviour Clinician.

  • Schedule: Based on clinician/family availability (mutually agreed upon time) up to 3 consultation sessions
  • Registration Form Link
  • Modality: Remote

For more information on the Ontario Autism Program: Foundational Family services, visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/ontario-autism-program-foundational-family-services

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Ontario Autism Program – Fee For Service

Community Living North Halton is currently offering Fee For Service programming remotely via Telehealth Services. Services include Evidence Based Behavioural Services and Additional Autism Services and Supports, both of which are eligible to Purchase with a Childhood Budget, Interim One Time Funding or private funds. If you are interested in receiving remote services and support or would like to plan ahead for in-person services once they become available, email oap@clnh.on.ca to start the process to get the support you are looking for.

For more information on the Ontario Autism Program, visit https://www.ontario.ca/page/ontario-autism-program

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