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Kindergarten Readiness

Tailored to meet the unique needs and individual goals of each child, ensuring a focused and personalized approach to their development.

Attention and emotional regulation are influential factors for school success. This program aims to prepare young children for kindergarten and will recreate a kindergarten setting. Children will learn to exercise various academic and life skills such as following group instructions, early math, phonological awareness, maintaining focus/attention, emotional regulation, and more.

Our School Readiness Program aims to prepare children with autism for a successful transition into a school environment, equipping them with the necessary skills and abilities to thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. We understand that every child is unique, so our program is carefully crafted to address their specific goals and challenges. Dedicated to fostering their overall development, independence, and confidence as they embark on their educational journey. We strive to create a nurturing and inclusive environment where each child's unique potential can flourish.

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Program Goal​s

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  • Practice social skills 

  • Develop fundamental academic skills

  • Prepare young children for kindergarten 

  • Practice following group instructions 

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Lesson 1

  • Introduction to Kindergarten 

    • Familiarize children with the concept of kindergarten and its routines​

    • Practice lining up, sitting on the carpet, and following simple instructions.

    • Introduce visual schedules and teach the concept of transitions.

Lesson 2

  • Social Skills

    • Encourage interaction with peers

    • Engage in group activities like cooperative games or art projects.

    • Practice turn-taking and sharing through structured play.

    • Use visual supports

Lesson 3

  • Following Instructions

    • Improve listening skills by playing games that involve following simple instructions.

    • Gradually increase the complexity of instructions.

Lesson 4

  • Communication Skills

    • Enhance verbal and nonverbal communication skills

    • Practice receptive language skills through games

Lesson 5

  • Fine Motor Skills

    • Engage in activities that prompt hand-eye coordination, such as puzzles or threading beads.

    • Incorporate sensory activities like playdough and finger painting to enhance find motor skills.

Lesson 6

  • Daily Routine 

    • Teach independence in self-care routines

    • Practice daily routines

    • Use social stories and visual prompts to help with task sequencing and completion.

Lesson 7

  • Sensory Integration

    • Help children manage sensory sensitivity in the classroom

    • Calming corners and sensory bins

    • Introduce strategies for self-regulation

Lesson 8

  • Pre-academic skills

    • Letters, rhyming games

    • basic counting, sorting, or matching activities for math readiness.

Date & Time

Thursday 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

*Starting from Jan 8 to Mar 15

[ Total : 8 Classes ]


Group Target

Age 5

Class Size up to 5 kids
In-person Group Session 

The program will be designed and facilitated by

a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst,

 along with a Senior Behaviour Interventionist 

Course Fees

CAD 1250 / 8 classes

For existing students, please directly register the program, click here

Schedule a consultation with Us 

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Questions?  Please contact Clinical Director, Sally Yim at

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