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ABA and IBI Information
 

    

British Columbia ABA and IBI Information

 

F.E.A.T~Families for Early Treatment British Columbia ~ F.E.A.T of

           B.C. is a non-profit, volunteer organization of parents and concerned

           professionals working for universal access to effective autism

           treatment for all children diagnosed with autism and other pervasive

           developmental disorders.

Autism Community Training ~ This site has information on serviceĀ 

           providers in the fields of Behaviour Consultants, Speech Language

           Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, and

           Agencies.

 

Communication Behaviour Instruction Concultants (CBI) ~ CBI

           Consultants is a private organization comprised of a group of

           professionals who specialize in a range of behavioural,

           communication, and instructional supports to individuals and their

           families. The professionals at CBI Consultants have extensive

           experience and education in the fields of Psychology, Education,

           Rehabilitation, and Recreation. In addition, all consultants are

           required to pass CBI's intensive training course, and participate in

           ongoing training specifically designed to teach state of the art

           technical support strategies and techniques.

 

Schools Doing ABA in British Columbia

 

CBI-Communication Behaviour Instruction

 

Phoenix Academy of Learning Society ~PALS Autism School is the only    

           specialized and dedicated elementary and secondary school in  

           British Columbia for children and adolescents with autism,

           accompanied by a program for adults (with autism) to further

           develop life skills.The school uses the proven Applied Behavioural  

           Analysis (ABA) method to provide core education, life skills and 

           socials skills as a foundation for independence.

 

   

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