Behaviour, Speech-Language, Occupational Therapy - Waterloo
Behaviour, Speech-Language & Occupational Therapy
Monarch House Waterloo 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.
We can offer services in English and the above language. Please contact us to learn more about availability.
|Monday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Tuesday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Wednesday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Thursday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
|Friday||8:00am - 5:30pm|
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Small group programs
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™).
One on One ABA therapy
Can occur in the home, centre, community or a combination of these (home- based / centre-based / school / community)
- Includes 9 - 40 hours per week of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)therapy
- Are developed and monitored by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst®(BCBA) and delivered by Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT™)or ABA Therapists
- Additional consultation from other professionals (e.g., BCBA-D™,Speech-Language Pathologist, and/or Occupational Therapist),is also available on parent request
Monarch House believes in providing the right support, at the right time. Our parent coaching model provides families of children needing specialized or consultative services with expert intensive support, with the goal of building capacity in families in their ability to facilitate the development of their children. We incorporate parent/caregiver education, intensive initial parent training, and ongoing service plan development and oversight. Parent education topics will be determined based on areas of need, including but not limited to, diagnosis/autism, evidence-based intervention, service planning, data collection, social communication, challenging behaviour, learning, motor development, community inclusion, meal time, toileting, sleep routines, and play.
Social skills groups
Monarch House - Waterloo uses evidence-based practice to improve social skills and flexibility in children. The social groups at Monarch House-Waterloo allow for children to practice their social skills with children who are also learning and then use those tools in other environments. Our social groups are tailored to the individual needs of children as we aspire to have each child reach their goals. These social groups are truly social, as we look to achieve the children working together to reach daily goals, give reinforcement for encouraging others and find things in common with their peers. We have seen success in our social groups that assist children with emotional regulation and flexibility, as well as making meaningful connections with their peers.
Manager of Youth & Adult Rehabilitation Services, Speech-Language Pathologist
Board Certified Behavior Analyst®
Board Certified Behavior Analyst®
Clinic Manager, Board Certified Behavior Analyst®
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Free Developmental Screening: Waterloo
Monarch House is pleased to offer free developmental screening clinics. This monthly clinic is a free of charge, drop-in service for parents to address questions and/or concerns regarding their child’s development.
These clinics provide a brief 15 minute consultation on your child’s speech and language skills, motor skills, problem solving skills and personal/social skills The clinic is run by a qualified team of professionals, including behavior analysts, speech-language pathologists, and occupational therapists.
The results of screening are discussed with parents and are meant to indicate which areas are following typical development and which areas should be monitored more closely or require further assessment. The aim is to either support or refute your concerns and advise if a formal assessment is required.
Open to children birth to 6 years. No referral necessary.
For more information or to register contact 519.514.5770 or email@example.com
Last Thursday of each month:
Hours: From 09:00 am to 11:00 am
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.
Resources & Downloads
A Handbook for Parents and Guardians
The Autism Parent Resource Kit - Government of Ontario
The handbook outlines the steps you can take in identifying developmental concerns and provides guidelines for next steps.
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.
Minimum Qualifications of an ABA Provider/Company
Funding Services Available in Ontario
Compare and contrast the services available at Monarch House in Oakville with other competitors.
There are several organizations and charities that provide funding to families of children with special needs.
Aphasia: Symptoms and When to seek Help
The pamphlet provides information about Aphasia, its symptoms and when you should seek out professional help.
"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