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Autism Services

Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI)

Intensive treatment is based on the scientific principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). Developed for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), IBI targets a broad range of skills, such as communication, play and social development, self-help/independence, and pre-academic skills through one-to-one and small group instruction.

IBI requires a diagnosis of ASD and a service level of at least 24 hours per week for a minimum of 48 weeks. For ABA – based services which do not require a diagnosis and are available at fewer hours per week and/or fewer weeks in duration – see Individual Behavioural Treatment.

IBI may be delivered in our clinic-based location, at home, or in a school environment*

*the availability of school-based treatment is dependent on the School Board and Principal of the School.

Includes:

  • Assessment of your child’s current strengths and needs related to the goal(s) you have identified
  • Individualized Behaviour Support Plan and programs addressing a broad range of developmental areas and delivered by a qualified behavioural clinician through an intensive teaching approach
  • Ongoing curriculum and behavioural assessments of your child’s strengths and needs
  • Parent/Caregiver Training during treatment sessions to facilitate success outside of treatment
  • Ongoing supervision of your child’s treatment by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)
  • Progress Summary Report outlining progress and recommendations for follow-up

Need help choosing the services that are most appropriate for your family?

Contact us today for your FREE Introductory Consultation

1-888-616-3456 x 200

info@tccss.org