ABA Therapy

Professional ABA Therapy Services

Pay For The

Services Used

HTCC does not charge you for ‘packages’ because they are often over-priced and full of services that your child may not need. Instead, we charge the families for the services that your child uses. See our rates table below.

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Step 1

Register for our waitlist

We will contact you when a space is available. 

Step 2

Assessment of Skills

Your child will work with an Instructor Therapist and/or Registered Behaviour Technician to assess their baseline skills. This process can take up to 3 weeks, depending on your child. HTCC uses ABLLS-R/VBMAPP Assessments.

Step 3

Individualized Treatment

Program Development

Your child’s Instructor Therapist will work with their Senior Therapists and, if needed, our BCBA to write your child’s individualized treatment program. This program will be presented to the caregivers before beginning the therapeutic process.

Step 4

Therapy Begins

After receiving your child’s assessment, your child will be placed in a 1/2 day or full day program. Children in 1/2 day programs can choose morning (8:30 – 12:30) or afternoon (12:30 – 4:30) sessions.


Step 5

Social Groups

Your child will be invited to join our social groups from 4:30 – 6:00 pm daily. During these groups, your child will learn social skills and be able to practice socially appropriate behaviours among other peers.

How We Teach 

Programs are personalized intensive interventions utilizing the science-based Principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). We use curriculums that are built for teaching those with ASD.

Using techniques like Discrete Trial Training, Direct Instruction, Incidental Teaching, Errorless Teaching and Natural Environment Teaching we can teach a variety of skills such as:

  • Communication skills – Receptive, Intraverbal and Expressive language 
  • Academic skills – Math, Reading, Writing
  • Visual Performance skills
  • Social Play and Leisure skills 
  • Fine and Gross Motor skills 
  • Routine and Life Skills 
  • Self Help skills – dressing, eating, grooming, toileting 
  • Behaviour Management Intervention (challenging behaviours)
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Behaviour Management

Undesirable behaviours almost always come in the way of learning and socializing and limit them from performing at their full potential, either academically or socially. As well as behaviours that are self-injurious or cause harm to others. The first step, after ensuring that the child, those around him and the environment are safe, is to determine the function of the behaviour. By analyzing the function of the behaviour, we are able to implement strategies to modify/eradicate undesirable behaviour and increase desired behaviour.

This service includes parent/family training and/or 1:1 coaching. If your child’s challenging behaviours are interfering with your family, school, or social life – we can help. Our services are not limited to children with neurodevelopmental disorders.

Assessment & Supervision

The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS)

is a comprehensive skills-based system of assessment, curriculum, and tracking system that addresses the basic language and functional skills of an individual with autism and other developmental delays. We use this as a guide to assess, plan and implement programs to teach the skills required by that individual. This process is supervised by a Senior Therapist and a Clinical Director (BCBA) to ensure the programs are a good fit and the child is making progress. If this is not the case, the program will be revised.

BCBA Consultation/Program Supervision

is provided on-site or by remote access, with all recommendations written up and provided. This service is provided on an as-needed basis for parent/caregiver-driven programs. We also collaborate with auxiliary service providers such as Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, or Schools as requested and necessary.

HTCC Specializes in:

  • Improving problem behaviours that interfere with family life, school learning and socializing.
  • Relationship-building and language-based play activities, teach children vital social skills required to communicate and cooperate with others.
  • Errorless Teaching techniques set children up for success and promote healthy and positive self-esteem.
  • Natural Environment Teaching techniques generalize learned skills and behaviours.

Practicing Standards ​

Horse Therapy Centre of Canada offers Best Practice Standards which include individualized programs based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis and Skinner’s analysis of Verbal Behaviour and is bound by the BACB.

Included in ABA Therapy Session

  • Speech & Language Therapy (Includes echoic sound development, requesting, receptive language, answering questions, talking in sentences & conversation skills)
  • Motor Imitation Therapy (Vital to develop natural learning skills)
  • Academic Skills Therapy (Includes visual performance, math & reading)
  • Fine Motor Therapy (Includes writing skills & strengthening hands)
  • Gross Motor Therapy (Includes strengthening the body & co-ordination)
  • Sensory Therapy
  • Social Skills Therapy
  • Life Skills Therapy (Includes toileting, eating & dressing)
  • Play and Leisure Skills Therapy
  • Behaviour Management Intervention Therapy
  • Program Binder
  • Program materials
  • Regular Progress Reports
  • Data management
  • Weekly Supervision by a Senior Therapist
  • Parent/Caregiver Coaching
  • Daily correspondence and transparency
  • Unlimited e-mail/phone correspondence
  • Regular Team meetings
  • Clinical meetings with the family, when necessary
  • Funding time logs, as required
  • BCBA Clinical Supervision as required by the funding agency

Contact Us

Give us a call or send us an email. We are happy to help you find the right services to fit your needs.

All visits are by appointment only.

  • (647) 390-5397
  • office@horsetherapycanada.com
  • 15443 Ninth Line Stouffville, Ontario