News & Events

  • World Mental Health Day 2019

    World Mental Health Day 2019

    Thursday October 10, 2019 is World Mental Health Day. Join us in bringing awareness by wearing green to support education, awareness and advocacy for mental health. We are...

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  • Workshops

    AlphaBee Workshops

    These workshops are designed for those who are implementing skill acquisition programming and have a basic understanding of Skinner’s Analysis of Verbal Behaviour. Educators, BCBA, BCaBA, RBT as...

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    Save the date!

    AlphaBee is pleased to announce Francesca degli Espinosa as their 2020 Conference Presenter on  March 24th and March 25th of 2020.  Francesca is coming back for the third...

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  • Ontaba


    Come visit our table at the ONTABA Conference on Thursday November 14th and 15th at The Metro Toronto Convention Centre. We will be there bright and early during...

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  • National Womens Show

    National Women’s Show

    Stop by our booth to learn more about our services, all our community initiatives and how you can get involved.

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    Breakfast With Santa Initiative – Coming Soon

    Our SEET Committee is leading this initiative for a second year in order to raise funds with all proceeds going towards purchasing gifts for children and a turkey...

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    Backpack Initiative – August 2019

    Our 2019 goal was to raise enough funds to provide 120 children in the community each with a backpack filled with school supplies.  We are excited to announce...

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    Hell in the Harbour – August 2019

    AlphaBee learning centres and wm+a were proud to have been a Premium Sponsor and to participate in the Hell in the Harbour – Law Enforcement Torch Run for...

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    OAP Update – July 2019

    From TORONTO — Ontario is continuing to listen to families of children with autism and the Autism Advisory Panel. Based on their feedback, the province is expanding...

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