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Walkie Talkie

Designed to assist your child in taking smaller,

more manageable steps toward regular interactions.

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What is about

Early elementary learners will be using strategies to help them foster and maintain new friendships. Students will understand the different social conflicts across settings and how to solve them.  


The delivery models includes but not limited to: learning circle, role-play, scenario analysis, board/group games, escape rooms, and so on. 

Behaviour Support Strategies like such as visual supports, demonstrations, and positive feedback with reinforcements will be put in place to ensure a positive learning environment and outcome.

Group Target 

Grade 2-5
Class Size 4-6 kids
In-person Group Session 

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Saturday 1:00 - 3:00 pm

*Starting from Jan 8 to March 15

Almost Full

[ Total : 9 Classes ]

Saturday 3:30 - 5:30 pm

*Starting from Jan to March 15


A placement screening is required for non-BK learners.

Wednesday 3:45 - 5:45 pm

*Starting from Jan 8 to March 13

[ Total : 10 Classes ]

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Only 1 spot left!Only

The program will be designed and facilitated by

a Behaviour Consultant Kenny Ho (BCBA), and Behaviour Consultant Assistant Daisy Zhao.

Course Fees

CAD1400 / 10 classes

CAD1260 / 9 classes

  • Understand the different perspective of others

  • Speak up for themselves

  • Understand the different social conflicts

  • Initiate and build peer relationships

  • Understand the size of the problems

  • Identify the reaction/solution to the problems

  • Understand other’s non-verbal communication cues and react to them appropriately

  • Give comments or opinions without hurting others’ feeling

  • Work as a pair/team


Children in this program will learn how to…

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

Schedule a consultation with Us 

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Children who require 1:1 support need to hire a BI for this program. Please contact us for details.

Questions?  Please contact Clinical Director, Sally Yim at

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