Virtual Intake Screening / Interview
with Caregivers [Free]
Trial Session and Observational Assessment Occurs
Recurring Sessions Scheduled; Skills-Based Assessment Begins
Individual Service Plan Delivered / Reviewed with Caregivers
Neurodiversity Affirming, Trauma-Informed Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) at Magnificent Minds
Our Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) services are flexible and responsive to client needs, and maintain our commitment to neurodiversity affirming practices and practices that are trauma responsive. In a school based setting, we support students in individualized programming that is derived from comprehensive curriculums including but not limited to, ABLLS-R, VBMAPP, Canvas [Art-Based ABA Curriculum], PEAK, and AFLS.
We believe in tailor-made programming delivered in a way that is rooted in science, grounded in evidence-based practice and delivered with compassion and respect.
We offer 1:1 and small group ABA services in a classroom (school-based) setting.
We meet the funding requirements for Core Clinical Services, Childhood Budget, and DFO/Legacy Funding through 2 primary program options:
One to One ABA, in our School Setting
Our Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) services are delivered within the classroom, in order to promote skill generalization into the community. Clients requiring 1:1 facilitation to build new skills, can do so while benefiting from peer interaction, and group exposure.
Small Group ABA
1. Core Clinical Classroom Program (Sept-June)
When clients are ready to transition from a 1:1 learning model, but still require a bridge program to integrate into a larger group, our Core Clinical Classroom may be the best fit. Delivered within the classroom, in order to promote skill generalization into the community, our Core Clinical Classroom Program offers small group learning (2:1, 3:1, 4:1) with supervision of our ABA Department, and programming that reflects individualized goal attainment.
2. Social Club (After School)
3. Summer Camp (July-Aug.)
What is the MM Approach?
Programs are delivered in a way that meets student needs, based on assessment results and data analysis. Including: Natural Environment Training, Play-Based Instruction, and Group Instruction.
Is MM a Clinic or a School?
We offer clinically significant programs but are very dedicated to our "school-feel". When students arrive, it doesn't feel like a doctor's office, it feels like a school--because it is!
Do you target social skills at MM?
All of our students target development of social skills, and learn alongside their peers. Being around other kids provides learning opportunities that promote skill building.
Will learning happen outdoors?
We have a fenced in outdoor classroom and play space that is used year round.
Can parents observe sessions?
Yes! As long as it's pre-arranged with your child's senior therapist.