Behavioural resources for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)BBehavioural resources for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)Behavioural resources for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)EnglishNeurologyChild (0-12 years)NANervous systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2009-03-09T04:00:00ZJanice Mulligan MSW, RSWRadha MacCulloch, MSWWendy Roberts MD. FRCPCLee Steel00389.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Provides resources that parents can access to help their child with autism who has behavioural problems.</p><br><p>Behavioural intervention services can be provided to children on the autism spectrum under certain conditions.</p><h2> Key points</h2> <ul><li>Your child can be referred to an Autism Intervention Program if they live within the geographic boundaries of the program area and have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by a doctor or psychologist.</li> <li> Staff working with your regional ASD service provider will then assess your child to determine if intensive behavioural intervention (IBI) services will be provided. </li></ul>
Ressources comportementales pour les TSARRessources comportementales pour les TSABehavioural Resources for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)FrenchNeurologyChild (0-12 years)NANervous systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2009-03-09T04:00:00ZJanice Mulligan MSW, RSWRadha MacCulloch, MSWWendy Roberts MD. FRCPCLee Steel00389.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Offrent des ressources auxquelles les parents peuvent avoir accès afin d’aider leur enfant autiste qui présente des problèmes de comportements. </p><p>Les services d’intervention comportementale peuvent être offerts aux enfants atteints de troubles du spectre de l’autisme sous certaines conditions.</p><h2> À retenir</h2> <ul><li>Votre enfant peut être référé à un programme d’intervention en matière d’autisme s’il réside à l’intérieur des frontières géographiques de la zone d’action du programme et s’il a reçu un diagnostic de trouble du spectre de l’autisme (TSA) par un médecin ou un psychologue. </li> <li>Le personnel travaillant auprès de votre fournisseur de services régional spécialisé en TSA évaluera votre enfant afin de déterminer si des services d’intervention comportementale intensive lui seront offerts. </li></ul>

 

 

Behavioural resources for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)1504.00000000000Behavioural resources for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)Behavioural resources for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)BEnglishNeurologyChild (0-12 years)NANervous systemConditions and diseasesAdult (19+)NA2009-03-09T04:00:00ZJanice Mulligan MSW, RSWRadha MacCulloch, MSWWendy Roberts MD. FRCPCLee Steel00389.000000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>Provides resources that parents can access to help their child with autism who has behavioural problems.</p><br><p>Behavioural intervention services can be provided to children on the autism spectrum under certain conditions.</p><h2> Key points</h2> <ul><li>Your child can be referred to an Autism Intervention Program if they live within the geographic boundaries of the program area and have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by a doctor or psychologist.</li> <li> Staff working with your regional ASD service provider will then assess your child to determine if intensive behavioural intervention (IBI) services will be provided. </li></ul><p>To receive a referral to the Autism Intervention Program, your child must:</p><ul><li>live within the geographic boundaries of the program area </li><li>have a diagnosis from a doctor or psychologist saying your child has autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or a disorder that is considered to be towards the severe end of the autism spectrum </li></ul><p>Your child will then be assessed by the staff working with your regional ASD service provider to determine whether intensive behavioural intervention (IBI) services will be offered. <span> </span></p><p>In Ontario, publicly funded IBI programs are made available through the Autism Intervention Program. There are nine agencies that act as “lead” providers:</p><ul><li>Kinark Child and Family Services (Central East)</li><li>Erinoak (Central West)</li><li>Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (Eastern)</li><li>Chedoke Child and Family Centre (Hamilton/Niagara)</li><li>Algonquin Child and Family Services (North East)</li><li>Child Care Resources (Northern)</li><li>Pathways for Children and Youth (South East)</li><li>Thames Valley Children’s Centre (South West)</li><li>Surrey Place Centre (Toronto)</li></ul><p>For a more detailed description of this service and contact information for these nine Autism Intervention Services visit <a href="http://www.children.gov.on.ca/htdocs/English/topics/specialneeds/autism/programs.aspx">http://www.children.gov.on.ca/htdocs/English/topics/specialneeds/autism/programs.aspx.</a></p><h2>Toronto Partnership for Autism Services (TPAS)</h2><h3>IBI</h3><p>The Toronto Partnership for Autism Services (TPAS) is a community-based service that helps children with ASD and their families, through a highly structured learning program of IBI. The goal of the TPAS program is to build skills for success at home, school, and in the community. <span>Children diagnosed with ASD, on the severe end of the spectrum, are eligible for a screening appointment. Your family must live in the Greater Toronto Area.</span></p><p>TPAS services are provided by five agencies working in partnership in your community. These agencies are:</p><ul><li>Surrey Place Centre (lead agency for the Toronto region) </li><li>Adventure Place </li><li>Aisling Discoveries Child and Family Centre </li><li>The Etobicoke Children's Centre </li><li>Geneva Centre for Autism</li></ul><p>For more information visit <a href="http://www.surreyplace.on.ca/">www.surreyplace.on.ca</a>.</p><h2>ABACUS</h2><h3>Autism Ontario’s Registry of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Providers</h3><p>The ABACUS website exists to provide parents, caregivers, and the general community information about applied behavioural analysis (ABA) services in Ontario for individuals with ASD. Visiting this website will help you to understand ABA and agencies that provide this service. </p><p>To gather information on how to choose and monitor ABA services, and to search a list for ABA providers in your area who have experience with ASD, visit <a href="http://www.abacuslist.ca/">www.abacuslist.ca</a>.</p>Behavioural resources for autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

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