Our 10 Guiding Principles of Practice:

  1. All children are ready and able to learn.
  2. The student knows best; if a child is not learning then we need to change the way we teach.
  3. Learning should be fun, child-centered and functional to maintain lasting change.
  4. To be effective, behaviour analytic services must be individualized to meet the needs of the learner.
  5. Evidence-based treatments and interventions for autism must be prioritized over unsupported practices.
  6. Tracking progress on individualized targets is necessary to ensure effective and efficient programming.
  7. High quality, continuous supervision is imperative to the success of a child’s ABA program.
  8. Staff training, education and performance feedback are essential components for building a strong team.
  9. Parent participation and involvement is highly recommended and strongly encouraged.
  10. Improving child and caregiver quality of life, both today and tomorrow, is what we do and why we do it.