15. What are the hours of operation?
ABA services typically run Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 5:30pm and on Saturdays, 9:00am to 1:00pm, and our ABA groups run evenings and weekends. Our Intake Coordinator is...[Read More]
14. What is AlphaBee’s commitment to professional development?
AlphaBee is committed to regular professional development for all members of the clinical team. We hold monthly team meetings with the entire AlphaBee clinical team during which current programming is...[Read More]
13. How does AlphaBee ensure quality services?
AlphaBee is committed to providing quality ABA programs. Our senior clinical team consists of a Clinical Lead as well as team of Clinical Supervisors who are all BCBA’s. Our clinical...[Read More]
12. How do I fund AlphaBee’s services?
For those who are eligible, our services are aligned with the Ontario Autism Program requirements, and we have developed good working relationships with various government funding agencies. All...[Read More]
11. Does AlphaBee require a formal diagnosis in order to access services?
No. We can help children, youth or adults with a broad range of developmental disorder, with or without a specific diagnosis. AlphaBee works with children with a variety of diagnoses,...[Read More]
10. What age range does AlphaBee serve?
Our 1:1 program, group ABA, school & camp support are geared to children and youth from 18 months to 18 years of age. However, AlphaBee's assessment and consultation services are applicable...[Read More]
9. What level of learner would benefit from AlphaBee’s services?
AlphaBee works with all levels of learners from 18 months to 18 years of age. Our services are individualized to the learner and range from children with limited skills and...[Read More]
8. Who would benefit from AlphaBee’s programs?
AlphaBee’s program and services are for children with ASD and other developmental disorders. The principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis apply to anyone wanting to increase skills or decrease challenging behaviours.[Read More]
7. How can my child access the Ontario Autism Program (OAP).
All children (up until 18 years old) in Ontario with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder are eligible for the OAP. Once a diagnosis has been made, parents...[Read More]