1. Who would benefit from AlphaBee's programs?
  2. What level of learner would benefit from AlphaBee's services?
  3. What age range does AlphaBee serve?
  4. What diagnoses do clients require to receive services from AlphaBee?
  5. Does my child need to have a confirmed diagnosis to be eligible for services?
  6. How do I fund AlphaBee's services?
  7. How does AlphaBee ensure quality services?
  8. What is AlphaBee's commitment to professional development?
  9. What are the hours of operation?

1. Who would benefit from AlphaBee's programs?

AlphaBee has found success with children and youth with autism and other developmental disabilities. The principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis apply to anyone wanting to increase skills or decrease behaviour challenges.
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2. What level of learner would benefit from AlphaBee's services?

AlphaBee works with all levels of learners, ranging from children with limited skills and are non-vocal to children with advanced language and pre-academic skills.
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3. What age range does AlphaBee serve?

AlphaBee's IBI program, social skills groups, ABA Summer School and respite are geared to children and youth up to the age of 18.
AlphaBee's assessment and consultation services are applicable to children, youth and adults of any age.
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4. What diagnoses do clients require to receive services from AlphaBee?

AlphaBee works with children with a variety of diagnoses, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), and other developmental disabilities, or typical children with learning or behaviour challenges.
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5. Does my child need to have a confirmed diagnosis to be eligible for services?

No. We can help children, youth or adults with a broad range of developmental exceptionalities, with or without a specific diagnosis.
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6. How do I fund AlphaBee's services?

AlphaBee is an approved provider for children receiving the Direct Funding Option (DFO) for IBI. In addition we provide services to children receiving other types of funding including President's Choice, Respite Services, etc. AlphaBee also provides services to families paying privately.
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7. How does AlphaBee ensure quality services?

AlphaBee is committed to providing quality IBI and ABA programs. Each child is assigned a Senior Therapist and Clinical Supervisor to monitor and develop programs. AlphaBee also receives regular audits from the Regional funders for DFO. AlphaBee also has representatives on the DFO Quality Assurance Task Force in Toronto (DFO-QA-TF).
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8. What is AlphaBee's commitment to professional development?

AlphaBee is committed to regular professional development for all members of the clinical team. Both in house and community workshops are attended on a regular basis.
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9. What are the hours of operation?

AlphaBee's IBI service run Monday to Saturday, 8:00am to 5:30pm. AlphaBee's Social Skills groups and Center Respite services run in the evenings and weekends.
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