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Richmond | Burnaby | New Westminster | Surrey | Coquitlam

One-to-One Intervention

Offering Direction intervention based on the principle of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA)

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Welcome to BridgeKids BC 

We BRIDGE the gap between our KIDS and the community 


"We are dedicated to improving the lives of children with ASD and to assist them to reach their full potential."




Center-Based Intervention |  School Support |  Social Groups

Playdate Programs | School Meeting | Parent Training

Telehealth | Home-Based Intervention

Parent Online Courses (English, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Korean)

We provide intensive home-based and centre-based, direct one-to-one intervention to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by using highly supportive and structured teaching methods, based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).

We offer a comprehensive selection of individualized development programs that target essential skills needed in school, life, and play. In addition, we offer small group programs, such as weekly playgroup programs and summer camps, which adhere to ABA principles and use best practice teaching for children with ASD including modeling, picture visual schedules, structured routine, repetition, and reinforcement.


We provide ongoing monthly training workshops to our behaviour intervention teams to ensure that our practice is current, up-to-date, and ethical.


Languages We Speak
  • English

  • Mandarin

  • Cantonese

  • Japanese

  • Korean

  • Tagalog

  • Hindi

  • Farsi

We teach



Social/ Play Skills

Emotional/ Self-Regulation

Motor/ Sensory Functioning

Independence/ Life Skills



  • Preschool Readiness Class

  • Walkie Talkie

  • Kids in Action

  • PEERS@ 

  • Preteen Fun Club

  • Intermediate Fun Club

  • Literacy Group

  • Summer/ Spring Camps​​

COVID-19 Safety

  • BKBC will continue to require masks indoors for staff, parents and students. We thank you for your cooperation while we navigate this transition period.

  • Please respect everyone's personal space and continue social distancing when possible.

  • Students will not be permitted to attend class and sessions if they are exhibiting any symptoms of a cold, flu, or COVID-19. If a student exhibits symptoms during a class/ session, the parent will be contacted and the student will be sent home.

  • Staff are not permitted to work if they are exhibiting any symptoms of a cold, flu, or COVID-19. In the event that the instructor/ BI is unable to teach, we will make every effort to find a substitute. In the event that we are not able to find a substitute and the session must be canceled for the day, you will be contacted by phone and email as early as possible. Please ensure you do not drop off your child and leave before confirming class will be running as scheduled. 

  • Staff and students should stay at home if they are feeling sick and displaying signs of cold, flu, and COVID-19

    • Fever​

    • Nasal congestion or runny nose

    • Cough

    • Sore throat

    • Shortness of breath

    • Fatigue

  • If exposed to people with COVID-19, the individual must self-isolate for 14 days and get a COVID test done at their local health clinic. Only until results come back as Negative can sessions be resumed

  • A face mask or face covering should be worn at all times for all in-person interventions and group programs

  • Wash hands and sanitize classrooms and furniture before, during, and after each session

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