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Shining Through Centre - Educating Children with Autism

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Description & Services
Description The centres provide intensive behavioural programming in one to one and small group instruction. The Centre is an optimal learning environment for school aged learners with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) that may be struggling in a regular education placement. 
 
Programs provided: 
 
Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention (EIBI)- 
•Full and half day programming, year-round, tailored to the developmental needs of the child 
•Individual therapy as well as therapeutically goal-oriented group and social instruction 
•Consistency of staffing and programming, as well as a robust supervision and training 
•Opportunities for children to interact socially with each other, in a supervised, developmentally-useful program 
•Therapeutically-focused parent training, both on site at one outside the centres  
•For students in or graduating to the public or private school systems, the agency offers preschool integration as well as tailored transition-to-school programs  
 
Learn to Live Program (Woodbridge location only) 
•Program was created with the goal of demonstrating that adolescents and adults with ASD can learn and move towards independence and successful inclusion in the community 
•Target skills are designed to provide each individual with the opportunity to acquire and advance skills in the areas of: self-advocacy and self care, mobility/transportation, community-based living, communication, job skills/vocational training etc. 
 
Developmental Assessments - will provide answers to a variety of questions about your child’s development. As part of the assessment a child will participate in different standardized tasks and play activities so that the clinician can observe a variety of skills and behaviours. 
Assessments may take place either in clinic or in the community. At the end of each assessment parents will have a chance to review all of the information gathered and receive a report with next steps and clinical recommendations. The assessment will evaluate a full spectrum of potential diagnosis and is not limited to ASD.  
 
Three campus locations (Woodbridge, North York and Mississauga)
Hours Programs: Mon-Fri :9:30am-3:30pm
Areas Served Greater Toronto Area
Eligibility The child must have Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorder
Fees Program
Languages English
Contact Information
Address & Map
7365 Martin Grove Road
Woodbridge, ON L4L 9E4
 
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Intersection Martin Grove Rd and North of Steeles Ave W
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone 905-851-7955
Fax 905-851-1132
Website www.shiningthrough.ca
Primary Contact Shiri Bartman, Clinical Director; Phone: 647-225-0555; Email: sbartman@shiningthrough.ca
Other Details
Established 2001
Funding Private Donations
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Subjects Autism ; Behaviour therapy ; Behavioural disorders

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