At Bolton Therapy Centre, we believe in providing comprehensive therapy services to our clients in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We have a multi-disciplinary team with different professionals that can provide you with collaborative services like Speech Therapy, Behaviours therapy via Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), and Psychotherapy and Counselling.
Camp Kodiak is an integrated overnight summer camp for children and teens (6 to 18 years old) with and without learning disabilities, ADHD, and high-functioning ASD (formerly diagnosed as Asperger Syndrome). Our program provides a social skills program, academic tutoring (optional), and 50+ camp activities. We have a 2:1 camper-to-staff ratio around camp, and the ratio is 3:1 in each cabin group.
Our staff include many professionals from the fields of education, child care, social work and recreation. The rest of our staff are college and university students.
Campers and counsellors live together in comfortable log cabins that include washroom facilities with hot and cold running water, a toilet, sinks, and a shower.
All campers must be fully capable of independently looking after their daily care needs and personal hygiene routines. Campers must be able to manage a highly social and active overnight camp experience for 3 or 4 weeks at a time.
We offer a wide range of professional health and learning services for children with differences and their families. We provide screenings, assessments, and interventions for children and youth as well as solutions for schools to support their student’s development.
Our inter-professional therapy team provides services that address speech-language, behaviour, psychological-emotional, learning and motor skills. Our team of childhood and youth experts are dedicated to helping children with differences reach their potential.
We take a family-centered and inter-professional approach to health and learning; meaning your child’s treatment team works together to find solutions that best support your goals.
Services we offer: Psychology, Neuropsychology, Psychoeducation, Speech language pathology, Educational Consulting, Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy, Guidance counselling, Behaviour therapy.
*Services offered online and in person across 3 clinics (Toronto, Aurora and Mississauga).
Behavioural Consultation: A selection of 2 – 4 goals such as: Toilet Training; Food Refusal; Physical/Verbal Aggression; Self-Injurious Behaviour; Property Destruction; Disrobing; Developing Routines;
Anxiety; Self-Regulation; Elopement; Safety Skills in the Community; or School Refusal. (0.5 - 8 hours a week 1:1 with Behavioural Consultant & 1 hour a month with BCBA Clinical Supervisor).
Behaviour Therapy Team (focused or comprehensive): Any of the goals listed under Behaviour Consultant combined with the below domains at moderate to high intensity: Social Interpersonal Skills; Communication (vocal verbal and augmented/alternative communication); Cognitive Functions; School Readiness; Fine and Gross Motor Skills; Personal Responsibility; Adaptive Life Skills; Play and Leisure; Self- Regulation; Vocational Skills; and Behaviour Health Concerns. (9 - 40 hours a week 1:1 with Instructor Therapist; 10% supervision from Senior Therapist; 5% supervision from BCBA Clinical Supervisor).
Family, Organizational & Individual Special Needs Consulting
Cross sectoral service navigation of the special needs systems for all ages and abilities regardless of diagnosis, geography, age and other typical eligibility criteria. Offerings such as transition planning, funding application support, workshops, person-centered planning and facilitation. Creating an individual plan that includes educational, recreational, cultural, volunteer, employment pathways and more.
Julia's Place Music Therapy Center provides individual and group music therapy sessions run by certified music therapists. All of our programs are adapted for the individuals involved and are primarily based on Neurologic Music Therapy techniques - meaning that we use music in a specific way to access different areas of the brain in order to maintain skills and facilitate change or learning of a new skill (these could be social, cognitive, physical, emotional, sensory, communication, etc). We work with organizations such as group homes, day programs, and schools as well as individual families. We service the GTA, Dufferin County, Oxford County, Norfolk County, and Elgin County.
Diagnosis and assessment; consultation; parenting skills, mood and anxiety issues; concerns related to autism across the developmental span; therapy for individuals and families who are affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder
This private clinical practice serves preschool and school-age children with a variety of diagnoses including but not limited to: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder, Developmental Coordination Disorder, Developmental Delays and Sensory Processing Issues.
Clients are seen for assessment, consultation and treatment.
Therapy is customized to meet the needs of each child and family.
Areas of Intervention include:
• Sensory processing (responding to sensory events in every day life)
• Self-regulation (emotional regulation, attention, aggression, impulsivity)
• Gross motor (running, jumping, climbing, balancing, ball skills)
• Fine motor (pencil grasp, scissor skills, using utensils...)
• Visual motor (printing, drawing, colouring...)
• Motor planning (planning, sequencing, carrying out multi-step motor tasks)
• Expanding Food Preferences (accepting new foods into current food range)
• Play Skills
• Self-Care Skills (toileting, dressing, eating)