Options for in-person (Cloverdale, Surrey) & virtually. Groups meet weekly for 6 weeks.
Fairy Friends: for younger girls
Tuesdays at 4-5pm
Girls Groups: for tweens
Tuesdays at 5:15-6:45pm. Virtually times/days to be determined
Sister Squad: for teens
Thursdays at 4-6pm. Virtually times/days to be determine
These specialized groups for girls with neurodiversity (Autism, ADHD, Anxiety, OCD…), is specifically designed to encourage skills in developing and maintaining friendships; while acquiring and generalizing specific skills and strategies. The fundamentals of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is applied and individualized to meet the needs of each participant. Skills include: group conversation, group work, executive functioning skills, perspective taking, and problem solving. The goal is to create a safe and inclusive space to allow group participants to communicate and learn in a positive and meaningful manner.
Intake required prior to registration to determine goodness of fit.
Gabrielle Stigant is a board certified behaviour analyst (BCBA) that designs early intervention programs, provides parent coaching, and facilitates girls social groups. What is of utmost importance to Gabrielle is providing family centered programming that is individualized to the needs of the child and the family, while following evidence-based research. Her philosophy is to provide proactive strategies, teach in the natural environment as much as possible and focus on functional skills for each client. Each child is unique in their interests and abilities, and she believe programming should be a reflection of the individual. Visit www.gabriellestigant.com to learn more.