Behavioural intervention is a type of behaviour modification therapy that uses reinforcement to intervene in behaviours that could negatively affect a child’s life.
Behavioural interventionists work directly with clients to implement therapy programs assigned by the client’s clinical team based on their individual needs. This allows your child to receive exposure to programs from each discipline every time they are seen.
Skills developed through intervention therapy include but are not limited to:
- Daily living skills;
- Functional life skills;
- Sensory systems and self-regulation;
- Gross and Fine motor skills; and
- Play and Social Skills.