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.
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.
To read more about our process please click here . 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.
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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)
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.