While Kinark offices remain closed to the public, we continue to support children and youth with autism and their families and communities. Kinark Autism Services is currently offering a variety of telehealth services and resources to support families and help further your child’s growth and development while staying safe at home.
Kinark has supported thousands of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to achieve better outcomes over the last 20 years. We provide a range of individual and group-based Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) services to children and youth with a suspected / confirmed diagnosis of ASD and their families living in Ontario.
Types of Services:
- While Kinark offices remain closed to the public, we continue to support children and youth with autism and their families through virtual means. As Kinark reopens in person services we anticipate offering a range of telehealth and safely delivered in person services. Kinark Autism Services currently provides a variety of universally accessible foundational family services free of charge.These publicly funded foundational family services provide support for children and youth with autism, and also offer much needed complementary programs for siblings, parents and caregivers.Use the menu on the left to learn more about Kinark’s foundational family services.If you need help navigating our foundational family services or have any questions, please contact us at 1-800-283-3377 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Kinark Autism Services is continuing to offer selected telehealth Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) services for children and youth with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).Our clinical team includes Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) who have many years of experience identifying the strengths and needs of children and youth with autism, and developing individualized services and supports.Our approach is family-centered, flexible, individualized, and developed collaboratively with you to meet the needs of your child, youth and family at this time.
- Kinark offers a range of psychological consultations and assessments for children and youth between the ages of two and 18. A psychological assessment is used to evaluate a child or youth’s development, thinking, learning, emotions, behaviour and/or day-to-day functioning.Our assessments include a combination of clinical interviewing, observation, direct testing, and standardized tests and questionnaires. Some portions of an assessment require in-person testing while other portions are done via telehealth and online questionnaires. Following the assessment, our psychologist will review the results with you and a written report will be provided.The information gathered through assessments helps to support children, youth and their families in making informed decisions and to better advocate in health care, school, and community settings.