This program is from Elevatus Training.
From our sexuality educator, your teen will learn about dating, friendships, how to be safe on the internet, and sexuality.
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We will offer this program once we have enough interested people. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call us at (519) 639-6145 to register.
Starting April 2023 will be offering a limited number of psycho-educational assessments for adults.
This type of assessment will be for learning difficulties that include possible learning disabilities, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or other learning challenges.
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In Person and Remote Sessions
We offer in person and remote sessions
We follow Public Health directives related to COVID-19 with appropriate protocols in place. We can offer in-person and remote sessions. We use a video platform that is encrypted end-to-end and does not store any remote session on ‘the cloud’ We can also provide telephone sessions. Payment is appreciated up front via e-transfer.
Please make a referral by either calling our intake line at (519) 639-6145 or sending us an email at email@example.com .
ASD Screening Clinic
We offer an Autism Spectrum Disorders Screening Clinic
Appointments are 3 hours long. It is important that parents and the child/teen be present. We will ask you questions, observe your young playing, and, if possible, have a conversation with your child/teen. At the end of the session we provide a report and make recommendations for next steps.
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To book an appointment, please call our intake line at (519) 639-6145 . Our intake coordinator works full time for us and answers the phone at various points during the day like lunch time and the end of the day.
Cerebral Palsy Guide
This Guide provides the most in-depth resources nationwide to help guide and serve all families with disabilities caused by physical birth injuries. Free educational materials, financial resources, and support options for families affected by this condition and other birth injuries are included.
Find out more at: https://cerebralpalsyguide.com
Keeping children safe during the night
Do you have a child who wanders out of their bedroom at night?
We recently asked the London Fire Dept for advice because locking a child in their bedroom is against the Fire Code. Here is what we learned: Any bedroom door alarm works well, possibly one with a silent mode that sends a signal to the parents' cell phones. A few options have mild sounds that alert parents but are a normal sounds to children. The cellphone signal option is quite good.
Here's an example: Braumm WiFi Door and Window Smart Sensor Alarm (Amazon Canada)
Participate in Online Emotional Research!
Looking for adolescents with ASD and/or ADHD or typical development, aged 12-18, and their primary caregiver
This online study is looking at the emotional life of adolescents with ASD, ADHD, or neurotypical controls. Participants and their caregivers will complete a few questionnaires and receive a $20 and a $10 Amazon gift card for their time.
Interested in participating? Please contact us for more information.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org , Phone: (613) 533-2894 , Website: ASD Studies @ Queens - Current Studies