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Behaviour, Speech-Language, Occupational Therapy - Oakville

Behaviour, Speech-Language & Occupational Therapy

Monarch House Oakville improves access, coordinates treatment, and focuses on results for families and individuals with developmental delays, disabilities, and changing needs throughout their lifespan. Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts® (BCBA), speech-language pathologists, and occupational therapists work collaboratively and individually as required to deliver evidence-based treatment in our centres, clients’ homes and schools, and in specialized housing settings. We are committed to continuous learning and conduct research to advance understanding and provide the most effective treatments possible.

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Monarch House - Oakville

1405 North Service Road East
Unit 103
Oakville, ON
L6H 1A7
905.849.7993
905.849.0424 fax
Hours
Monday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Clinic Features:
Free Parking
Late Hours
Wheelchair Accessible
Specialized Services Available At This Location
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Our Programs

Academy Kids

Our Academy Kids program involves individual (1:1) or small group (2:1)instruction and includes two 1-hour sessions each week. Whether your child is typically developing and you want to give them a head start or has been identified with a delay, he/she may be eligible.

 

Group Programs

At Monarch House, we offer a variety of group programs to individuals who are affected by any behavioural, communication, learning, and/or developmental delay. Our social and peer groups aim to attain greater outcomes in a real life setting. Groups are run by clinicians enrolled in or in receipt of a Master’s degree program. All of our groups include a brief parent and individual assessment and goal setting session where an individualized program is designed and goals are worked on in a peer group with similar goals.

 

Social Butterflies

This weekend group program will focus on teaching social and leisure (play) skills. Activities will focus around common preferred activities (as determined by a preference assessment) and may include structured physical games (e.g., Simon Says, parachute play, ball games), board games, crafts, and imaginative play. Specific social and leisure skill objectives for each child will be determined through an assessment conducted during the first session of each block in conjunction with family-identified goals.

 

Children’s Friendship Training

For children ages 7-12 who are facing challenges making and/or keeping friends. This 10-week, evidence-based group program has been proven effective with verbal children who have Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, or delayed social skill development. Developed at UCLA, this program gives children the opportunity to learn social skills such as making good first impressions, being a good sport, showing respect towards adults, conversational skills, and more. This is a parent-assisted program; therefore, parent participation is mandatory at each session.

 

PEERS®

PEERS® is a manualized social skills training program for youth with social challenges. It has a strong evidence-base for use with adolescents (Grades 8-12) with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), but is also appropriate for adolescents with ADHD, anxiety, depression, and other socio-emotional challenges. This 12-week evidence-based program is for motivated adolescents who are interested in learning ways to help them make and keep friends. During each group session participants are taught important social skills and are given the opportunity to practice these skills during socialization activities (e.g., playing sports, board games, etc.). Parent participation is required and parents are taught how to assist their teens in making and keeping friends by providing feedback through coaching during weekly socialization homework assignments.

 

Developmental Screening Clinic

This monthly clinic is a free of charge, drop-in service for parents to address questions and/or concerns regarding their child’s development. The clinic is run by a qualified team of professionals including:

  • a behaviour analyst
  • a speech-language pathologist
  • an occupational therapist

 

ABA School Program

This small-group ABA program is aimed at children who have mastered most components of an early intervention curriculum but still require extra support to learn and thrive in a mainstream classroom. The program will focus on skill areas such as language and communication, play, social skills, and school readiness. Classroom curricula and each child’s individualized program will be developed and monitored by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA) and programs will be implemented by Registered Behavior Technicians™ (RBT™).

 

Skills for Life Day Program

This small-group day treatment program is aimed at individuals with developmental disabilities (e.g., autism spectrum disorder, Down Syndrome, Fragile X, etc.), and acquired and traumatic brain injury. The program will be comprised of two streams: A Daily Living/Pre-Employment (DLP) Skills Supports stream and a Recreational stream. Within the DLP stream, the focus will be on practicing specific goals in the areas of adaptive and social skills. Within the Recreational Program, the focus will center on community participation and engagement. Programming will run in 12-week blocks throughout the year and classes will be supervised by Registered Behaviour Therapists (RBT) and volunteers. Clinical supervision will be provided by a Senior Behaviour Therapist and a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA).

 

Project Impact

Monarch House is proud to partner with Autism Ontario to offer Project ImPACT. It is a 12 week evidence-based intervention that teaches social communication to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The program is aimed at toddlers and young children, between the ages of 1 and 6. It uses a blend of developmental and naturalistic behaviour intervention (ABA) strategies. This program combines direct parent training in a small group format with individualized coaching sessions with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA) to assist parents in applying the concepts and techniques presented.

 

Community Aphasia Programs

Monarch House facilitates group therapy for people living with aphasia via the Halton Peel Community Aphasia Programs. Our programs involve both small and large group activities and are intended for people who want to improve their communication. As an organization, we educate the community about aphasia and provide training and support to family members, friends, and caregivers.

Research

Our expert team at Monarch House is dedicated to improving the understanding of evidence-based treatments for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other communication, learning and motor disorders. Utilizing the latest technologies, best practices and many years of clinical experience, our team has produced a number of contributions to the scientific literature, yielding a growing body of evidence for treatment as well as improvements in clinical practice, which can be seen in our work at Monarch House.

 

Research Publications (Peer-Reviewed)

  • Cook, J. L. & Rapp, J. T. (In press). To what extent should practitioners treat stereotypy during academic tasks? Behavior Modification.
  • Brogan, K. M., Rapp, J. T., Sennott, Lisa A., Cook, J. L., Swinkels, E. (2018). Further analysis of the predictive effects of a free-operant competing stimulus assessment on stereotypy. Behavior Modification,42, 543-583. Click to access the document
  • Rapp, J. T., Cook, J. L., Nuta, R., Balagot, C., Crouchman, K., Jenkins, C., Karim, S., & Watters-Wybrow, C. (2018). Further evaluation of a practitioner model for increasing eye contact in children with autism. Behavior Modification. Advanced online publication. Click to access the document
  • Préfontaine, I., Lanovaz, M. J., McDuff, E., McHugh, C., & Cook, J. L. (2017). Using mobile technology to reduce engagement in stereotypy: A validation of decision-making algorithms. Behavior Modification.Advanced online publication. Click to access the document
  • Cook, J. L., Rapp, J. T., Burji, C., McHugh, C. & Nuta, R. (2017). A simple intervention for stereotypical engagement with an augmentative alternative communicative device. Behavioral Interventions. Click to access the document
  • Cook, J. L., Rapp, J. T., Mann, K. R., McHugh, C., Burji, C., & Nuta, R. (2017). A practitioner model for increasing eye contact in children with autism. Behavior Modification, 41, 382–404. Click to access the document
  • Rapp, J. T., Cook, J. L., McHugh, M., & Mann, K. (2017). Decreasing stereotypy using NCR and DRO with functionally matched stimulation: Effects on targeted and nontargeted stereotypy. Behavior Modification,41, 45–83. Click to access the document
  • Cook, J. L., Rapp, J. T., & Schulze, K. A. (2015). Differential negative reinforcement of other behavior to increase wearing of a medical bracelet. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 48, 901–906. Click to access the document
  • Cook, J. L., Rapp, J. T., Gomes, L. A., Frazer, T. L., & Lindblad, T. L. (2014). Effects of verbal reprimands on targeted and untargeted stereotypy. Behavioral Interventions, 29, 106–124. Click to access the document
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2007). Review of storymoviesTM STANDARD: Social concepts and skills at school, vol. 1 (DVD) and storymoviesTM PROFESSIONAL: Social concepts and skills at school, vol. 1 (DVD). [Review of the software Storymovies™ STANDARD: Social concepts and skills at school, volume 1 (DVD). & Storymovies™ PROFESSIONAL: Social concepts and skills at school, volume 1 (DVD). C. Gray & C. Gray]. The Journal of Speech-Language Pathology - Applied Behavior Analysis, 1, 139-143. Click to access the document
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2002). Making a difference: Behavioral intervention for autism [Review of the book Making a difference: behavioral intervention for autism, by Catherine Maurice, Gina Green & Richard Foxx]. Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, 26, 157-159. 

 

Submitted, Prepared, or Unpublished Manuscripts

  • Cook, J. L., Lanovaz, M. J., McHugh, C., & Novotny, M. (submitted, 2018). Using interactive web training to teach caregivers to reduce stereotypy.  
  • Niedfeld, A., Rapp, J. T., & Cook, J. L. (submitted). Using stimulus control procedures to signal conversational conditions in three adolescents.
  • Rapp, J. T., & Cook, J. L. (in preparation). Multi-context intervention for respondent vomiting in the presence of balloons.
  • Cook, J. L., & Rapp, J. T. (in preparation). Procedures for teaching children with autism spectrum disorder to relinquish preferred items
  • Lindblad, T. L., Maisels, K. L., & Romero, E. R. (unpublished manuscript, 2011). A Direct comparison of selection-based vs. topography-based manding in children with an autism spectrum disorder.

 

Book Chapters

  • Celiberti, D. & Lindblad, T. L. (in press). Incidental teaching. In J. Gerenser & M. Koenig (Eds.), An introduction to ABA for SLPs: Steps toward Interprofessional Education for autism Support Teams [provisional title]. Brookes Publishing.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2005). Communication and asperger syndrome: The speech-language pathologist's role. In K.P. Stoddart (Ed.), Children, youth and adults with asperger syndrome: Integrating multiple perspectives (pp. 125-139). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

 

Speaking Events

  • Cook, J. L. (2018, September). Using a Practitioner Model for Increasing Eye Contact in Children with Autism: A Tale of Two Studies. Paper (individual) presentation conducted at the annual conference for the Florida Association of Behavior Analysis, Bonita Springs, FL.

  • Cook, J. L. (2018, September). Using Interactive Web Training to Teach Caregivers to Reduce Stereotypy. Paper session conducted at the annual conference for the Florida Association of Behavior Analysis, Bonita Springs, FL.

  • Cook, J. L. (2018, September). Training and Tools in ABA. Chair, In Special Topics in ABA. Paper session conducted at the annual conference for the Florida Association of Behavior Analysis, Bonita Springs, FL.

  • Dower, N. & Lindblad, T. L. (2018, August). Implementation of speech generating devices (SGDs) using a behavior analytic framework. Invited seminar presentation conducted at the National Autism Conference, State College, PA.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2018, June). Core competencies for effective Interprofessional Practice: Implementation utilizing an organizational behavioural systems approach. Invited speaker presentation conducted at the Interprofessional Autism Conference, Seton Hall University, NJ.
  • Cook, J. L. (2018, May). A further evaluation of a practitioner model for increasing eye contact in children with autism. Paper presentation conducted at the annual conference for the Association for Behavior Analysis international, San Diego, CA.
  • Cook, J. L. (2017, October). A simple intervention for stereotypical engagement with an augmentative alternative communicative device. Paper session conducted at the annual conference for the Florida Association of Behavior Analysis, Daytona Beach, FL.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2017, June) Arranging environmental contingencies that address motivation & preference assessments: To promote effective teamwork and lead to better outcomes in learners with autism. Invited speaker presentation conducted at the Interprofessional Autism Conference, Kean University, NJ.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2017, February) Tips for writing a conference abstract submission to increase your chance of acceptance. Invited webinar presentation conducted for the Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Canada (SAC) Webinar Series.
  • Scherbak, B. & Cook, J. L. (2016, November). Presentation to the pediatrics club. Invited seminar presented to medical students at The University of Toronto, UTM, Mississauga, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (October, 2016) Communication competence as a factor in maintaining problem behaviour.Invited speaker presentation conducted at the RSA Annual Conference, London, ON.
  • Cook, J. L., & Koffman, R. (2016, May & November). The ABC’s of behaviour. Community workshop presentations conducted at Monarch House, Oakville, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2016, June) Clinical case review: Developing a framework to guide clinical practice.Presentation conducted at the Grandview Children’s Centre, SLP/ABA departments, Oshawa, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2016, April). Presentation to the pediatrics club. Invited seminar presented to the medical students at The University of Toronto, UTM, Mississauga, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2016, March). AAC, EBP, and increasing communication for your child. Parent workshop conducted at Kinark, Scarborough, ON.
  • Cook, J. L. (2015, November). Effects of verbal reprimands on targeted and untargeted stereotypy. Paper presentation conducted at the annual conference for the Ontario Association for Behaviour Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2015, November). Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and evidence-based practice (EBP): Part 1 and part 2. Presentation conducted at the Centre for Behaviour Health Sciences, MacKenzie Health, Newmarket, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L.(2015, October). From evidence to practice: Choosing the right providers and treatment for your child. Invited speaker presentation conducted at the Down Syndrome Association of Ontario Annual Conference, Barrie, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L.(2015, October) Making friends and staying connected. Invited speaker presentation conducted at the Down Syndrome Association of Ontario Annual Conference, Barrie, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2015, March). Teaching relational concepts using conditional discriminations for attributes, prepositions, and pronouns. Presentation conducted at ABA Jam, Toronto Partnership for Autism Services, Toronto, ON.
  • Cook, J. L. (2014, December). Differential negative reinforcement of other behavior to increase wearing of a medical alert bracelet. Symposium conducted at the annual conference for the Ontario Association for Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2014, September). Teaching communication skills to clients using speech generating devices. Presentation conducted at the Etobicoke Children’s Centre, Toronto, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2014, September). From evidence to practice: Speech and communication ideas. Webinar presentation conducted for the Department of Speech-Language Pathology, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2014, April). Assessment, curriculum development, and treatment for speech, language, and communication deficits in individuals with ASD. Invited speaker presentation conducted at the Building Behavioural Solutions Conference, Kingston, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2013, June). ABA in educational settings: Home to school and school to home. Invited presenter for the Autism Ontario Webinar series, Toronto, ON. https://vimeo.com/134349790
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2012, November). Steps in transitioning to, and implementing, a speech generating device for individuals with ASD. Paper presented at the annual conference for the Ontario Association for Behaviour Analysis, Toronto, ON
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2011, June) ABA and speech-language pathology. Guest lecture conducted for Toronto cohort students of the Masters of Applied Disability Studies programme, Brock University, Toronto, ON.
  • Carson, L., Oram Cardy, J., Lindblad, T. L., Theurer, J., & Moosa, T. (2011, April). PECS and speech development in children with autism. Paper session presented at the conference for the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, London, ON.
  • Freeman, N., Brown, R., Dunn Geier, J., Lindblad, T. L., Perry, A. M., & Reitzel, J-A. M. (2009, May). Progress benchmarks for children in intensive behavioural intervention. Paper session presented at the annual conference for the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2008, November). An increase in communication, receptive vocabulary, and social communication via introduction of a speech generating device for a child with ASD. Paper presented at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.

 

Poster Presentations (Research or Clinical Case Studies)

  • Ko, K. L. & Gomes, L. A. (2018, December). Increasing Tolerance to Haircuts. Poster presented at the annual conference for The Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Inc. (ONTABA), Toronto, ON.
  • Haesen, J. M., & Scherbak, B. E. (2017, May). Case Study: The Gradual Reduction of Problem Behaviour of an Adult in a Residential Setting. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Association of Behavior Analysts International, Denver, CO.
  • Cook, J. L., Rapp, J. T., Burji, C., McHugh, C., & Nuta, R. (2017, May). A simple intervention for stereotypical engagement with a communicative device. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Association of Behavior Analysts International, Denver, CO. Also presented November 2016 at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Cook, J. L., Rapp, J. T., Schulze, K. A. (2015, May). Graduated exposure and differential negative reinforcement of other behaviour to increase compliance with wearing a medical alert bracelet. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Association of Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX. Also presented January 2015 at the annual Autism Conference for the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts, Las Vegas, NV. Also presented May 2011 at the annual conference for the Association of Behavior Analysis International, Denver, CO. Also presented November 2011 at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Cook, J. L., Rapp, J. T., Gomes, L. A., Frazer, T. L., & Lindblad, T. L. (2015, May). Effects of verbal reprimands on targeted and untargeted stereotypy: Is inhibitory stimulus control necessary? Poster presented at the annual conference for the Association of Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX. Also presented January 2015 at the annual Autism Conference for the Association of Behavior Analysis International, Las Vegas, NV. Also presented April 2014 at the annual conference for the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts, New Orleans, LA.
  • Mann, K., & Cook, J. L. (2015, May). Using a function-based treatment to increase fluent responding. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Association of Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX. Also presented December 2014 at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Mann, K., & Lindblad, T. L. (2015, May). Treatment comparison between PECS and Proloquo2Go for manding behaviour in a young boy with ASD: What does the data tell us? Poster presented at the annual conference for the Association for Behavior Analysis International, San Antonio, TX.
  • Tanner, A., & Andreone, B. (2015, January) Food selectivity in children with autism spectrum disorder: A non-aversive treatment package. Presented at the annual autism conference for the Association for Behavior Analysis International, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Lalonde, T., Lindblad, T. L., and Sweet, M. (2014, December). Increasing functional communication for a client through treatment comparison of Proloquo2Go and PECS. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Gomes, L. A. (2014, December). Increasing acceptance of fruit using texture fading and escape extinction. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Gomes, L. A. (2014, December). Teaching children with autism spectrum disorder to engage in pretend play using video modeling. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Rourke, M., Perry, A. & Lindblad, T. L. (2013, November). A two-part investigation of augmentative and alternative communication use in Canadian children. Poster presented at conference for Health and Wellbeing in Developmental Disabilities, Toronto, ON. Also presented August 2013 at the annual conference for the Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities Research Special Interest Group, Toronto, ON. Also presented April 2013 at the Convention for the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.
  • Lindblad, T.L., Rourke, M., Perry, R., & Weiss, J. (2012, May). National survey of SLP services for children with severe developmental disabilities. Poster presented at the 48th annual conference for the Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, St. John's, NL.
  • Maisels, K. & Lindblad, T. L. (2012, May). Increasing vocal variability in children with autism. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Association of Behavior Analysis International, Seattle, WA.
  • Lindblad, T. L. & Greenwood, R. (2012, January). Re-conditioning food as a reinforcer: implementing a feeding program for a child with low body weight and dependency on nutritional supplementation. Poster presented at the annual autism conference for the Association of Behavior Analysis International, Philadelphia, PA. Also presented November 2011 at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Romero, E., Maisels, K., & Lindblad, T. L., (2010, November). A direct comparison of selection-based vs. topography-based manding in children with autism. Poster presented at the annual conference for the Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis, Toronto, ON.
  • Lindblad, T. L. and Byrne, C. (2000, May). Best practices: Early intervention and preschool success, a training module for professionals. Poster presented at the annual international congress of Autism Europe, Glasgow, Scotland.

 

Newsletter Articles

  • Taylor, M. & Lindblad, T.L. (August 2016). ASAT Responds to The Atlantic’s, “The battle over a controversial method for autism communication”, Media Watch article, ASAT website, www.asatonline.org.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2012). How do you increase speech intelligibility (articulation skills) or the variability in the sounds produced by children with autism spectrum disorders? Science in Autism Treatment, 9(3) https://www.asatonline.org/research-treatment/clinical-corner/increasing-articulation/
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2011). Assessment and treatment of children with autism spectrum disorders: A shift in practice. Communique, 25(4), 8-9.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2007). Working with difficult children. CASLPO Today, 5(1), 31-34.
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2006). ABA in schools—Essential or optional. Autism Matters, 3(2), 7-9.https://www.actcommunity.ca/resource/2030
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2006) Inquiry on the issue of funding for the treatment of autism, Senate of Canada: Proceedings of the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology, 10.https://sencanada.ca/en/Content/Sen/committee/391/soci/10mn-e
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2005). Generalization of DT Trainer results. DT Trainer newsletter, Accelerations Educational Software.

 

 

For a complete list of research done by and affiliated with Monarch House please click here

Resources & Downloads

 

A Handbook for Parents and Guardians

Monarch House Oakville - Program Guide

The handbook outlines the steps you can take in identifying developmental concerns and provides guidelines for next steps.

 

The program guide outlines programs and activities that will be occuring at our Oakville location throughout 2018.

A Handbook for Parents and Guardians Monarch House Oakville - Program Guide 2018
   

Minimum Qualifications of an ABA Provider/Company

Aphasia: Symptoms and When to seek Help

Compare and contrast the services available at Monarch House in Oakville with other competitors.

The pamphlet provides information about Aphasia, its symptoms and when you should seek out professional help.

 

Symptoms and When to seek Help

 

 

The Autism Parent Resource Kit - Government of Ontario

 

The Autism Parent Resource Kit is an online resource to help parents, caregivers, and families better understand autism and the range of services and support available in Ontario.

 

The Autism Parent Resource Kit - Government of Ontario

 

 

External Resources

"ABA in Educational Settings - Home to School and School to Home" an educational video by Autism Ontario: https://vimeo.com/134349790

Access a developmental milestones checklist and print a free customized report for your child here: https://autism-u.com/milestoneassesment.do

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Events

 

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Free Developmental Screening: Oakville

Monarch House is pleased to offer free developmental screening clinics. This monthly clinic is a free of charge, 15 minute service for parents to address questions and/or concerns regarding their child’s development.

The clinic is run by a qualified team of professionals, including behaviour analysts, speech-language pathologists, and occupational therapists who are available to provide brief consultation in the areas of behaviour, speech, language, pre-literacy skills, and motor development.

The results of screening are discussed with parents and are meant to indicate which areas are following typical development and others which should be monitored more closely or require further assessment.

The clinic is open to children birth to six years of age, no referral necessary, however, due to increasing demand for this program we are asking you to pre-register in order to guarantee a spot (no charge).

Save your spot, register today as registration is limited.

To register please click here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/developmental-screening-clinic-tickets-58540636620

 

 

 

Last Tuesday of each month:


March 26th 2019

April 30th 2019

May 28th 2019

June 25th 2019

July 30th 2019

August 27th 2019 

September 24th 2019 

October 29th 2019 

November 26th 2019

Hours: From 9:00am to 12:00pm