Adora Bright Services

Adora Bright offers a wide range of individual and group services based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) to help children achieve better outcomes. ABA is an evidence-based practice. Research Conducted on the benefits of ABA therapy for individuals with special needs have demonstrated outcomes such as increased attention, decreased self-stimulation, improved cognitive functioning, increased socialization, successful and safe self-expression, improved behavior, enhanced receptive/expressive language and enhanced sensory-motor skills. Our team of skilled clinicians will help to help meet the unique strengths and individual needs of each child by delivering a caring, responsive and family centred ABA services.

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Services Offered

Academic Programs

Adora Bright Learning Centre is  a multi-age, stimulating environment with materials that invite exploration and research. Children learn to face challenges with confidence and begin to find their own place in the world. Our experienced team of educators provide the …

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)

Adora Bright offers a wide range of individual and group services based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) to help children achieve better outcomes. ABA is an evidence-based practice. According to Chance (1998), applied behaviour analysis is “the …

Behaviour Consultation

Not only does the child with developmental disability need interventions to aid in development, but the child’s family needs to be supported and strengthen to deal with many challenges they may face such as inappropriate behaviours (e.g., not listening, difficulty …

Parent-Child Training

Developmental growth for most children unfolds naturally and spontaneously. For these children, the primary role of parents is to support and foster their children’s development through provision of safe and nurturing home environments. However, parents of children with autism, need …

Social Skills Group

The development of social skills in children has been identified as a critical aspect of early childhood development. Many children on the autism spectrum need help in learning how to act in different types of social situations. As indicated by …

School Readiness Programs

A review of studies showed that children with ASD are less school ready emotionally than their peers and those children with ASD appear to have more externalising behaviours and self-regulation difficulties that affect their school engagement and their relationships with …