We pride ourselves on using evidence-based interventions and strategies
For early learners (up to 36 months)
We offer an intensive 8-week intervention implemented by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst for children 36 months and younger who are displaying developmental "red flags", have been identified as having a developmental delay, or have been diagnosed with autism. This program aims to provide parents with tools to help their child acquire foundational early learning skills. Parents are required to attend and engage in the majority of the sessions.
12 months and up
Do you have specific areas of concern? Are there a few skills you would like your child to gain? Is your child engaging in challenging behaviour and you don't know how to approach it? A focused intervention may be just what your child needs to be successful.
18 months and up
It is not uncommon for children to be picky. Using strategies based in the science of behaviour it is possible to increase the quantity and variety of foods a child willingly consumes. We will work with you to create a calmer and happier meal time.
24 months and up
Toilet training can be challenging for any child to master. Parents often don't know where to start or what to expect. Let us take the guess work out of toilet training and provide you with a comprehensive plan to get your child out of diapers for good!
12 months and up
At Sprout Behaviour Services we place a significant emphasis on caregiver involvement. You will be required to regularly partake in your child's sessions, and attend family-specific coaching sessions. Parents will gain skills and knowledge that will help them better understand their child's behaviour and how to implement the Consultant recommended plan.
Parent Coaching can also be offered within focused interventions instead of Behaviour Consultant-led interventions, the Behaviour Consultant will train the parent to implement procedures. In this method of intervention, the Consultant will use Behaviour Skills Training (also known as the mediator model) to teach parents or caregivers the skills to successfully teach the child new skills, and create positive behaviour change.
This model of training is not restricted to parents, it can be provided for teachers, childcare personal, other professionals working with the child, and/or other pertinent people (grandparents, sports coaches, etc) in the child's life.