Frequently Asked Question
1. What services does Bridge Kids provide?
Bridge Kids offers a range of services including one-to-one intervention, group sessions, social groups, outings, and parent training. For detailed information, please visit here.
2. What are the staff members' experience and qualifications?
All of our behaviour consultants at Bridge Kids are Board Certified Behviour Consultants. For detailed information about our team. please visit 'Our Team' on our website.
3. Why should I choose Bridge Kids?
Bridge Kids provides centre-based and social programs designated to nurture children academically and socially. Our daily on-site Behaviour Consultant is available to support learners, staff members, and parents with any questions. For more information about how Bridge Kids started, please visit here "Our Story"
4. What intervention approach does Bridge Kids use?
At Bridge Kids, we employ highly supportive and structured teaching methods, based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). We believe that children learn best when they are happy and we focus on play-based intervention to ensure a fun learning experience for our learners.
5. What transition planning does Bridge Kids offer?
At Bridge Kids, we grow with our learners, helping them overcome each milestone. We provide school readiness programs for preschoolers to prepare them for school life. As learners progress to the point of having playdates with peers, we facilitate joint sessions. Bridge Kids is committed to supporting our learners' transitions to different life stages, including moving from preschool to kindergarten and transitioning from elementary to high school.
6. What is the recommended monthly intervention duration?
The required number of sessions and assigned professionals are tailored to the unique needs and preferences of each learner and their family. Our Early Intervention Program is individually customized to address the specific needs of each child and family. The program's cost is determined by factors such as the number of sessions, hours, and the credentials of the assigned team members. Importantly, there are no minimum required hours.