Behaviour support is about creating positive individualized strategies for children and youth that are engaging in challenging behaviours or require support to learn new skills.
Challenging behaviours are defined as any behaviour that puts them or those around them at risk. These behaviours can also impact a child’s ability to engage in everyday activities.
- Does your child need support to learn new skills?
- Does your child have difficulties communicating their feelings, wants and needs?
- Are challenging behaviours impacting your child’s learning?
We know that parents/caregivers spend the most time with their children.
One Kids Place Behaviour Services are tailored and individualized to meet your child’s needs.
Behaviour Services can assist your child:
- Increase independence
- Teach daily living skills
- Support effective communication
- Replace challenging behaviours
- Promote social skills
- And more.
Our One Kids Place team uses a family-centered approach to teach skills and strategies that improve daily family life. Every Behaviour Service begins with a goal setting session where you will meet with your Behaviour Therapist to develop a personalized therapy plan.
The One Kids Place team will provide a uniquely multidisciplinary approach to meet the individual needs of your child and your family.
Children and youth (up to 19 years of the age, or 21 if they are attending secondary school) who reside in the Districts of Cochrane-Timiskaming, Muskoka, Nipissing and Parry Sound.
- Virtual services are available across the province.
- Package prices vary depending on individual needs.
- Sessions are scheduled at a time that works best for your family.
All Behaviour Therapy services are overseen by a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) or a Certified Psychological Associate. Services can be provided in the family home, OKP centre, schools and daycares within the community, or virtually.
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) Tips – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
Applied behaviour analysis is an applied science that is based on the principles of learning and behaviour. It uses basic strategies to teach skills that are individualized, meaningful and relevant to the student.
Additional ABA Strategies – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
Follow Through, Consistency, Pairing, Behavioural Skills Training, Task Analysis, Chaining, Shaping, Exemplar and non-exemplar, Differential reinforcement, Redirection and Contriving Opportunities.
Behaviour Skills Training (BST) Model – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
Behaviour Skills Training (BST) is a method of teaching new skills that includes the use of different ABA strategies.
Challenging Behaviour – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
What is “Challenging Behaviour”, why it may happen and how to help.
Giving Effective Instructions – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
Why gaining cooperation from your student may be challenging and how to deliver effective instructions.
How to Implement a Social Story – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
What is a Social Story and things to consider when implementing a Social Story.
Non-Compliance / Refusal – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
Strategies to increase compliance and to use during refusal with transitions and task completion.
Praise, Encouragement and Rewards – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
Praise, encouragement and rewards are essential in teaching children and youth appropriate and desirable behaviours, as well as improving self-esteem and confidence.
Prompting and Fading – Caregiver Workshops and Coaching Document
Prompts are used to increase the likelihood that a child or youth will provide a desired response (learn a new skill or enhance an already established skill).