A Comprehensive and Compassionate Approach for Addressing Problem Behaviour

Join the 2-day workshop hosted by Autism In Mind Children's Charity! Tickets are available on CanadaHelps for $350.

Focus: Explore a compassionate, trauma-informed approach to problem behaviour assessment and treatment. Learn about universal protocols enhancing safety, dignity, and joy.

Time & Date: May 31 and June 1: 9 am to 5 pm

Speaker: Dr. Gregory Hanley

Continuing Education: 15 CEUs available for BCBAs

Who is this for?: Professionals seeking CEUs, educators, healthcare providers, and anyone interested in compassionate behaviour management strategies.

Who are we?

Autism In Mind Children’s Charity (AIM) was founded in 2011 by Suki Choi who wanted to give children with autism an equal opportunity in life.

It started with just one child. When Suki first started her daycare business in Markham, she was approached by a family whose son had been on the government waitlist for autism therapy for 4 years. Moved by their situation, Suki organized a fundraiser. The response from the community and the daycare parents was so generous, Suki knew they could do even more.

AIM has since became a registered Canada charity (Charitable Registration Number: 83238 6635 RR0001) and we provide a full range of services from ABA/IBI, social skills programs, Occupational/Speech therapy to registered private elementary school

Questions about this event? Please contact us!

Autism In Mind Children's Charity




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