How can we help?

Three of the most indicative cues are lack of social awareness, problems with speech and language and behaviours that are often repetitive and obsessive.

Delayed onset of speech and communication, lack of social awareness (e.g., little to no eye-contact and response to name) and weak muscle tone are some examples of developmental delays. Please do not hesitate to contact us about specific details that are unique to your child. Click here for more details.

No, your child does not need to be clinically diagnosed for you to seek early intervention. Parents who have observed and experienced delays in their child’s developmental milestones can also seek our help.

Our team has worked with and achieved results with children as young as 9 months old to young adults. In fact, research has shown that starting early intervention sooner will actually produce longer lasting results.

We have had experience working with young adults. Areas we have worked on include vocational skills, maintainence of social, cognitive and self help skills.

We first assess your child’s needs and create a program that is unique to developing their cognitive, motor, social and self help skills.

Our 4 big areas of focus are cognitive, social, motor and self help skills.

Each child is unique and will respond to therapy at a different pace. However, early intervention and consistency in therapy has been shown to acheive the most success; accompanied with better results.

No, but we are able to refer you to a service provider that can give you an offical diagnosis.

Home based sessions range from 1.5 hours to 2 hours. Frequency of sessions is flexible and will be arranged after assessing your child’s needs.