Fees

Services – Fees

  • Costs for service will vary based on level of assessment, types of services provided and number of hours completed weekly.
  • Social Skills groups cost will vary based on the program being offered. Some groups may have additional cost if there are special activities.
  • We work hard to keep our costs at minimum, while ensuring that we offer high quality care.

Resources

  • All ABA Services at One Care Inc. are eligible for purchase with your Ontario Autism Program Childhood Budget (see Resources page for more information).
  • Extended health care benefits, can be used for Supervised Psychological ABA Services.
  • Supervised Psychological ABA Services include Focused and Comprehensive ABA are supervised by Registered Psychologists. These services may be covered under your health care benefits plan.

Please contact us for more information regarding fees.

Our Team Approach

One Care Inc. utilizes a supervised practice model for all clients.   This means that multiple team members are on each treatment team to provide services to your child. Rates, position criteria and supervision schedules are based on recommendations from: Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services (MCCSS), ONTABA, and Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).  This ensures that each client receives the highest quality services available. On each team there will be:

  1. Front-Line Therapists (Instructor Therapists, Registered Behaviour Therapists, Educational Assistants, Social Skills Facilitators)
    • Role
      • Implement services outlined in Behaviour Plan
      • Receive training and clinical supervision from the Clinical Supervisor and Senior Therapist – 5-10% of direct service hours (this may be higher if there is a intense or complicated behaviours)
      • Assist in activities relating to the initial assessment and development of the Behaviour Plan
      • Delivering ongoing assessments and evidence based services directly to client in a variety of forms group, individual, self-directed
      • Deliver evidence based behaviour services and training to build the family’s capacity to maintain and increase skills in the client’s natural environment
      • Collect data
      • Discuss progress with Senior Therapist and Clinical Supervisor
      • Assist in activities related to transition planning
    • Education / Experience
      • At least one of the following credentials
        • RBT or BACB designation
        • Completed or in process of completing university degree (psychology, ABA, etc).
        • Completed or in process of completing college diploma (Autism and Behavioural Services, Behavioural Science and Technology, Early Childhood Education, Child and Youth Worker, etc.).
        • 1 year experience delivering ABA/IBI services under the supervision of a Senior therapist and / or Clinical Supervisor
  2. Senior Therapists
    • Role
      • Implement services outlined in Behaviour Plan
      • Receive training and clinical supervision from the Clinical Supervisor – 5-10% of direct service hours (this may be higher if there is a intense or complicated behaviours)
      • Assist in activities relating to the initial assessment and development of the Behaviour Plan
      • Delivering ongoing assessments and evidence based services directly to client in variety of forms including group and individual
      • Deliver evidence based behaviour services and training to build the family’s capacity to maintain to increase skills in the client’s natural environment
      • Monitoring intervention fidelity – this occurs through direct observation of intervention and assessment completion and data review
      • Discuss progress with family, Clinical Supervisor and other professionals involved with the client as needed (and with valid consent)
      • Collaborate with professionals to monitor progress of Behaviour plans to ensure alignment with goals in the Family Service Plan.
      • Attend meetings relevant to service planning, Family Team meetings, and community meetings
      • Provides ongoing direction and guidance to staff
      • Assist in activities related to transition planning
    • Education
      • At least one of the following:
      • Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA) – or in progress obtaining supervision hours delivering ABA services under the supervision of a BCBA or a registered psychologist with ABA expertise.
  3. Clinical Supervisor
    • Role
      • Assess, develop and recommend appropriate evidence based services for all clients
      • Accountable for all aspects of Client’s Behaviour Plan
      • Work in collaboration with families, therapists, and inter-professional partners – this includes reviewing all assessments and recommendations with families to obtain consent before moving forward
      • Determine that recommendations / services are evidence based behaviour services
      • Confirm that the planning, supervision, and implementation of services are conducted by those who have qualifications, training and expertise to implement
        • this includes training staff or family members to implement programs
        • regular supervision of front-line staff (5-10% of direct service time but may be higher depending on severity or complexity of behaviour)
      • Collaborate with professionals to monitor progress of Behaviour plans to ensure alignment with goals in the Family Service Plan.
      • Monitoring intervention fidelity – this occurs through direct observation of intervention and assessment completion and data review
      • Discussing progress with family, staff and other professionals involved with the family.
      • Planning to support transitions – school readiness, personal transitions, post-secondary, employment related or into adult services
      • Assigning team members to implement Behaviour plans
      • Provides ongoing direction and guidance to staff
      • Provides referrals to outside agencies to support implementation of the Behaviour Plan with consent from Family
      • Maintaining detailed notes of progress, making key clinical program decisions to be shared with the family at regular intervals
    • Education
      • At least one of the following:
        • Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA)
        • Board Certified Behaviour Analyst – Doctoral (BCBA-D)
        • Clinical Psychologist or Psychological Associate registered with the College of Psychologists of Ontario with documented expertise in ABA.