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Behaviour Therapy, Speech-Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy - Surrey

Behaviour, Speech-Language & Occupational Therapy

Monarch House Surrey 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.

Resources & Downloads

 

A Handbook for Parents and Guardians

A Handbook for Teachers

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

 

The handbook outlines the steps professionals can take in identifying developmental concerns and how to support the child and parents.

 

Handbook for Parents and Guardians Handbook for Teachers

 

Monarch House Services Pamphlet - Simplified Chinese

 

Monarch House Services Pamphlet - Traditional Chinese

   
Monarch House Services Pamphlet - Simplified Chinese Monarch House Services Pamphlet - Traditional Chinese

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

   


 

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 Articles & Reviews

 
 
  • Tanner, A., Andreone, B,E. (2015). Using graduated exposure and differential reinforcement to increase food repertoire in a child with Autism. Behavior Analysis in Practice, Volume 8 (2), pp. 233-240. doi: 10.1007/s40617-015-0077-9

 

 

 
  • Cook, J. L, Rapp, J. T., Frazer, T. J., Gomes, L. A., & Lindblad, T. L. (2014). Effects of Verbal Reprimands on Targeted and Untargeted Stereotypy.Behavioral Interventions, Volume 29 (2), pp. 106-124. doi: 10.1002/bin.1378

 

 

 
  • Cook, J. L, Rapp, J. T., Frazer, T. J., Gomes, L. A., & Lindblad, T. L. (2012). Developing stimulus control of stereotypy: A failure to produce inhibitory stimulus control. Manuscript submitted for publication.

 

 
  • 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)

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  • Lindblad, T.L. (2011). Assessment and Treatment of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Shift in Practice. CASLPA Communique, Focus on Autism, Volume 25, No.4, Fall 2011, pp. 8-9.

 

 
  • Lindblad, T. L., Maisels, K. L., & Romero, E. R. (2011). A Direct Comparison of Selection-based vs. Topography-based Manding in Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, Manuscript submitted for publication.

 

 
  • Lindblad, T.L. (2007, February). Working with difficult children. CASLPO Today, 5(1), 31-34

 

 
  • Lindblad, T.L. (2007). StorymoviesTM (Gray & Shelly, 2006): A Review. [Review of the DVDs Storymovies[TM] STANDARD: Social Concepts and Skills at School, and Storymovies[TM] PROFESSIONAL: Social Concepts and Skills at School]. Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis, 1(4) 139-143

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  • Lindblad, T.L. (2006, September). ABA in schools—Essential or optional. Autism Matters, 3(2), 7-9

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  • Lindblad, T.L. (2006) Inquiry on the issue of funding for the treatment of autism; Issue 10 - Evidence. Proceedings of the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science, and Technology, Ottawa, ON

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  • Lindblad, T.L. (June 2005). Generalization of DT Trainer results. DT Trainer newsletter, Accelerations Educational Software.

 

 
  • Lindblad, T.L. (2005). 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

 

 

Research Presentations

 
 
  • O'Brien, D. (2016, March) Teaching Attending to Children with Autism. Presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) Conference, January 18th, 2016 in New Orleans, LA.

 

 
  • O'Brien, D. (2016, January) Teaching Attending to Children with Autism. Presented at the BC Association for Behaviour Analysis (BCABA) Conference, March 12th, 2016 in Vancouver, BC.

 

 
  • Mann, K. and Lindblad, T.L. (2015, May). Treatment Comparison between PECSTM and Proloquo2Go for Manding Behaviour in a Young Boy with ASD: What does the data tell us? Poster presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) 41st Annual Conference, May 22nd–26th, 2015 in San Antonio, TX.

 

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  • Mann, K.L. & Cook, J.L. (2015, May). Using a Function-based Treatment to Increase Fluent Responding. Poster presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) 41st Annual Conference, May 22nd–26th, 2015 in San Antonio, TX.

 

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  • Cook, J.L., Rapp, J.T., Gomes, L.A., Frazer, T., Lindblad, T.L. (2015, January). Effects of verbal reprimands on targeted and untargeted stereotypy. Poster presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) 9th Annual Autism Conference, January 23rd-25th, 2015 in Las Vegas, NV.

 

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  • Tanner, A., Andreone, B. (2015, January) Food selectivity in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A non-adversive treatment package. Poster presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) 9th Annual Autism Conference which was held January 23rd-25th, 2015 in 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 PECSTM. Poster presented at the ONTABA Conference, Toronto, ON

 

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  • Gomes, L.A. (2014, December). Increasing Acceptance of Fruit using Texture Fading and Escape Extinction. Poster presented at the ONTABA Conference, Toronto, ON

 

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  • Gomes, L.A. (2014, December). Teaching Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to Engage in Pretend Play using Video Modeling. Poster presented at the ONTABA Conference, Toronto, ON

 

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  • Mann, K.L. (2014, December). Using a Function-based Treatment to Increase Fluent Responding. Poster presented at the ONTABA Conference, Toronto, ON

 

 
  • Cook, J. L., Rapp, J. T., Gomes, L. A., Frazer, T. L., & Lindblad, T.L. (2014, March) Effects of verbal reprimands on targeted and untargeted stereotypy: Is inhibitory stimulus control necessary? Poster presented at the 4th Annual Association of Professional Behavior Analysts Convention, New Orleans, LA.

 

 
  • Rourke, M., Perry, A. & Lindblad, T. (2013, November). A Two-Part Investigation of Augmentative and Alternative Communication Use in Canadian Children. Poster presented at the Health and Wellbeing in Developmental Disabilities conference, Toronto, ON.

 

 
  • Lindblad, T. L. (2013, June 11). ABA in Educational Settings: Home to School and School to Home [Webinar]. Autism Ontario Potential Programme Webinar series.

 

 
  • Rourke, M., Perry, A., & Lindblad, T. (2013, April). Augmentative and Alternative Communication in Canadian Children with Developmental Disabilities. Poster presented at American Psychological Association Convention, 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 Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Conference, St. John's, NL.

 

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  • Maisels, K. & Lindblad, T.L. (2012, May). Increasing vocal variability in children with autism. Poster presented at the 38th Annual Association of Behavior Analysis International Conference, Seattle, WA.

 

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  • 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 Sixth Annual Association of Behavior Analysis Autism Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

 

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  • Cook, J.L., Gomes, L.A., Schulze, K.A., & Frazer, T. (2011, November) Graduated exposure and differential negative reinforcement of other behaviour to increase compliance with wearing a medical alert bracelet. Poster presented at the Annual Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis Conference, Toronto, ON.

 

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  • Greenwood, R. & Lindblad, T. L. (2011, November). Re-conditioning Food as a Reinforcer: Implementing a Feeding Program for a Child with Low Body Weight and Dependency on Nutritional Supplementation. Poster session presented at ONTABA, Toronto, ON.

 

 
  • Cook, J.L., Gomes, L. A., Schulze, K.A., & Frazer, T. (2011, November) Graduated exposure and differential negative reinforcement of other behaviour to increase compliance with wearing a medical alert bracelet. Poster presented at the Annual Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis Conference, Toronto, ON.

 
 
  • Greenwood, R. & Lindblad, T. L. (2011, November). Re-conditioning Food as a Reinforcer: Implementing a Feeding Program for a Child with Low Body Weight and Dependency on Nutritional Supplementation. Poster session presented at ONTABA, Toronto, ON.

 
 
  • Cook, J. L., Gomes, L. A., Schulze, K. A., & Frazer, T. L. (2011, May) Graduated exposure and differential negative reinforcement of other behaviour to increase compliance with wearing a medical alert bracelet. Poster presented at the 37th annual Association of Behavior Analysis International Conference, Denver, CO.

 
 
  • 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 Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA) conference, London, 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 Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis Conference, Toronto, ON.

 

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  • 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 Association for Behavior Analysis International conference, 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 Ontario Association of Behavior Analysis Conference, 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 Sixth International Congress of Autism Europe, Glasgow, Scotland.

 

 

 

Upcoming Presentations

 

 

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Book

 
  • 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: London

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Monarch House - Surrey

15117 101 Avenue
Suite 300
Surrey, BC
V3R 7V4
778.612.1002
855.896.3863 fax
Hours
Monday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Specialized Services Available At This Location
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Our Programs

Under 6 Social skills group

This group focuses on developing social skills necessary to successfully interact in typical community settings. Skill areas covered include understanding others perspectives, thoughts, beliefs and intention of others, and emotional regulation and awareness in self and others.

 

Over 6 Social Skills group - Children’s Friendship Training

Children’s Friendship Training is an evidence-based, group-format, parent-assisted social skills intervention for children ages 7 – 12 with ASD.
It has been proven effective with verbal children who have high-functioning Autism and Asperger Syndrome. This program was developed at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), where it has been used and studied for over 20 years with more than 1,000 families.

This program gives children the opportunity to learn:

  • Conversational skills
  • How to make a good first impression
  • How to “play detective” to find common interests
  • How to join a group of kids at play
  • How to handle rejection, teasing and bullying
  • How to be a good host on a play date
  • How to be a good winner
  • How to be a good sport
  • How to show respect towards adults

Events

 

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Free Developmental Screening: Surrey

Monarch House is proud to offer free developmental screening clinics for families concerned about their child's development. The screenings include information on a child's speech and language skills, motor skills, problem solving skills and personal/social skills.

Open to children ages 1 to 5.5 years old.

No Referrals needed. Drop ins are also welcomed.

For more information or to register contact 778.612.1002 or info@monarchhouse.ca

 

 


October 4th, 2018
November 1st, 2018
December 6th

 

Hours: From 9:00am to 10:00am

Resources & Downloads

 

A Handbook for Parents and Guardians

A Handbook for Teachers

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

 

The handbook outlines the steps professionals can take in identifying developmental concerns and how to support the child and parents.

 

Handbook for Parents and Guardians Handbook for Teachers

 

Monarch House Services Pamphlet - Simplified Chinese

 

Monarch House Services Pamphlet - Traditional Chinese

The pamphlet outlines the various services that Monarch House offers. The pamphlet outlines the various services that Monarch House offers.
Monarch House Services Pamphlet - Simplified Chinese Monarch House Services Pamphlet - Traditional Chinese

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

   


 

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.

 

Please click here to see the complete list of research done by and affiliated with Monarch House.