Why Hope Autism
“Early diagnosis and treatment can lead to a lifetime of change.”
At Hope Autism Services we truly believe that the earlier your child receives ABA/IBI treatment, the better their lives will be. The Hope Autism organization comprises of a multidisciplinary team headed by clinical director Kay Narula and several on-site instructor therapists and mental health workers who all hold educational degrees in the fields of psychology, early childhood education, counselling, teaching, and behavioural sciences.
All members of the Hope Autism Services team are compassionate and educated people that are dedicated in helping your child reach their milestones through applied behaviour analysis (ABA) teaching, while following your child’s individualized IBI program.
At Hope Autism Services we truly believe that your child – and every child we work with – is capable of achieving great things, while having fun at the same time.
Our approach is simple, we embrace your child’s uniqueness and recognize that every child has different interests, goals, and needs. We zone in on your child’s interests and skills and create a meaningful and fun learning environment that addresses their specific needs. We do not apply the cookie-cutter approach because we know that each child is different from one another, hence, why we develop individualized IBI programs for each child.
We also like to get you and the rest of the family involved in your child’s IBI program. After all, your family plays the most important role in your child’s growth and development.
The Hope Autism Services on-site staff is available to work with your child on a daily and weekly basis. We also have members of our team who are senior therapists and psychologists that come to Hope Autism Services to supervise and evaluate our instructor therapists and the child’s progress on a bi-weekly and monthly basis.