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Organization: Missing Links: Filling the Gaps to Autism  
Phone Numbers: 289-337-0555
Fax: 289-337-5231
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Fairview Business Park
2317 Fairview St, Unit 500
Burlington, ON
L7R 2E3
Intersection: Guelph Line and Fairview St
Location: Burlington (Plains)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
Service Description: Program provides both ABA/IBI therapy for children with Autism, as well as academic and group instruction

Teaching strategies are individualized for the students needs, and target all areas of deficit, with specialized programming offered for academics, behaviour management, life skills management and social skills.

Early Learner Program:
  • Early Learners experience opportunities to develop their identity with a group setting * program delivers curriculum that includes social goals as well as a holistic program directly related to the learning objectives set out by the Ministry of Education in Ontario

Early Start Early Leaner Program (ESEL):
  • As an extension of the Ealry Learner Program, ESEL is a full and half day program that focuses on routine based skills, self help skills, emotional regulation, communication, fine / gross motor skills and cognitive development

Intense Behaviour Intervention Program:
  • Uses a multi-disciplinary approach for developmental acquisition encompassing IBI/ABA principles, social skills, cognitive therapy and behaviour management

Missing Links Academy: (Gr 1 to 8)
  • Offers small classroom size, supported learning, parental involvement, specialization in autism and autism related disorders

Social Skills/Camp Programs:
  • Designed to foster spontaneous, mutually-enjoyed social interaction with peers, to expand and broaden the students' social, symbolic and cooperative repertoire, and to enhance their enjoyment of social activities with minimal adult supervision * provide a safe space for children with a variety of learning needs to create and engage in social opportunities together, with the goal of enabling them to reach their social and co-operative potential in an encouraging, facilitated environment

Fees: Set fees
Application: Self-referral accepted * call or e-mail for registration information
Eligibility / Target Population: Children aged 2-14 years with autism Spectrum disorder
Languages: English
Area Served:
Burlington, East Mississauga, Hamilton, Niagara North West, North Etobicoke, Malton, West Woodbridge, North West Mississauga, Oakville, South West Mississauga  
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A privately-owned facility that delivers individualized ABA programming for the education and treatment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)