About Us

What do we do that’s different?

At ABA Toronto we use a policy that is a bit different from any other institution, we work on the policy that positive thinking and positive planning will enable our parents and our children to rid the disabilities. Our consultants will provide not only the children but our parents with the positive therapy approaches and thought processing required to be able to actually see a significant difference in our children. We promote the ABA( Applied Behavior Analysis) method and train our parents on how to use these methods alongside the therapy we provide to instill the goals of each of our children.

At ABA Toronto we are extremely passionate about the cure of symptoms of Autism. We assure you that when your child begins their journey with us over time they will be cured of most symptoms of Autism. We have an innate knowledge of therapy and treatment protocols required to assist your child on their education and life skills to be able to live amongst the rest of the world instead of watching from the outside. Our consultants have been trained in medicine, teaching, therapy and Occupational Therapy and finally have been trained in treatment protocols required for Autism, they will guide our parents step by step to bring out the vibrant personality of all our children.

What is ABA?

ABA principles and techniques can foster basic skills such as looking, listening and imitating, as well as complex skills such as reading, conversing and understanding another person’s perspective. We use this technique in all of our therapies to instill behaviour that is typically expected of a child. We use this technique in our pre-school aged training center and in our 1:1 therapy sessions with our skilled Instructor and Senior Therapists.
A number of peer-reviewed studies have examined the potential benefits of combining multiple ABA techniques into comprehensive, individualized and intensive early intervention programs for children with autism. “Comprehensive” refers to interventions that address a full range of life skills, from communication and sociability to self-care and readiness for school. “Early intervention” refers to programs designed to begin before age 4. “Intensive” refers to programs that total 25 to 40 hours per week for 1 to 3 years. At ABA Toronto we will provide your child this method of training to assist them in fulfilling their true abilities.

Affect of ABA on a Preschooler

Some preschoolers who participate in early intensive ABA for two or more years acquire sufficient skills to participate in regular classrooms with little or no additional support. Contact us for a free consultation and we will provide you with the utmost confidential treatment for your child.