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Stay-At-Home Order

The Ontario stay-at-home order that came into effect on Thursday April 8, 2021 for at least four weeks will not affect the operation of Behaviour Innovations.  Our home-based IBI services, centre-based IBI services  (Children’s College) and our HUB programs remain open as usual as we continue to practice COVID-19 safety protocols.  As a reminder, please …

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Impact of COVID-19

Although the provision of applied behaviour analytic services to persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabiliities is an essential service in Ontario, we have not been immune to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.  Because of the shutdown declared by the Province in early spring, we closed our congregate programs of Children’s College …

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Statement on Current Events

A Message from the Directors at Behaviour Innovations: “The tragic events we have witnessed this past week are a stark reminder of the continued injustice and discrimination that exists in our world. As an organization that promotes inclusion and equality of all individuals we stand together against intolerance, racism and discrimination.”

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Student Placements at BI

Student Placements at Behaviour Innovations Each year, Behaviour Innovations receives applications from over 50 students from various post secondary institutions across Canada (and the world!) that are interested in a placement at Behaviour Innovations. Student placements offer students the opportunity to gain real world experience in the fields of psychology and applied behaviour analysis with …

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Summer Programming at BI

Summer Services Behaviour Innovations offers many options for summer services including the following: 1) Day Programming: Hub Day Program is a community based day program for youth and young adults. Our centres are located in Oakville (341 Kerr St) and Etobicoke (618 The Queensway) and offer young people the opportunity to build friendships, increase independence, …

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March Break at Hub Day Program

The Hub participants had a great March Break filled with fun, fitness and friends! The Hub groups went bowling, trampolining, swimming, skating, hiking, gardening, volunteering, as well as visited the library, comic book store, pet store, bakery, maple syrup festival, and so much more! They conducted experiments, prepared healthy snacks and created art projects. It was …