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  1. WeCare Early Intervention Program for Toddlers 
  • Our WeCare Early Intervention Program offers an intensive 15 hour per week curriculum Monday through Friday all year round. The program is developmentally appropriate for young children ages 2-6 with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Every aspect of our program, from the deliberate architecture to the comprehensive curriculum, is custom-designed to support and nurture students. Therapy takes place in a play-filled environment with a high staff-to-child ratio.  Speech-language therapy is incorporated into weekly programming.
  • Teaching Methodologies: Our curriculum for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is based on evidence-based models such as the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) and More Than Words ® . This model aims to improve development in young children with ASD by utilizing the knowledge of how the typical child develops. We use relationship-based, behavioral, and developmental methodologies to create an individualized curriculum for each child
  1. Shadow School Support
  • Our School Shadow Support intervention aims to help your child assimilate into the school environment while achieving both academic and social independence. 
  • Shadowing helps to make the school a friendlier place for your child. Shadowing the child at school can help him or her develop appropriate behaviours in school, strengthen academic ability, and build up social interaction skills amongst peers.
  • We believe that special needs children can benefit from having an inclusive mainstream education to aid in their development and growth. To maximize the benefits of inclusive mainstream education, the child must receive the support and services that he or she needs.
  • We provide shadow support to preschools in the District 2 metro area. 
  1. Speech and Language Therapy
  • Our speech and language team supports the prevention, identification, assessment, and treatment of speech and language disorders and/or delays in toddlers and preschoolers.
    • Speech disorders include difficulty with the production of speech sounds, stuttering (or fluency), and voice problems.
    • Language disorders include difficulty with understanding others and/or difficulty with expressing thoughts and ideas at a level consistent with developmental expectations.
  • Speech and language services may include:
    • Consultation and coaching to parents/caregivers, professionals, and supportive personnel who interact with the child 
    • Individual therapy with a speech-language pathologist and/or a therapist assistant.

For parents and family members who may be wondering about their child’s behavior, the following questionnaire may be useful in focusing on your observations and concerns.

Does your child struggle with any of the following:

  • Speech delay
  • Attention-deficit
  • Lack of understanding social cues (waving, pointing, etc.)

Does your child exhibit any of the following types of behavior:

  • Does not engage in play with peers
  • Repetitive movements
  • Unusual reactions in social settings
  • Use of odd words or phrases


Our Marriage and Family Therapist, Ms. Huong Tran (Victoria), MSMFT is available for a professional assessment and consultation regarding your child’s cognitive, behavioral, and social behavior development, with the expectation that a diagnosis will lead to a tailored treatment plan involving cooperation, collaboration, and investment from both the WeCare staff and the child’s family or guardian. Our speech and language team supports the prevention, identification, assessment, and treatment of speech and language disorders and/or delays in toddlers and preschoolers.


We help toddlers and preschoolers improve their speech skills, social and emotional well-being, as well as their self-care and sensory skills. As their confidence and abilities grow, children are guided in how to overcome repetitive behaviors and aversions to textures, colors, or shapes. They are also shown how to care for themselves and introduced to coping skills, including communicating through technology. All this requires extra levels of attention and supervision to ensure that all children’s individual needs are met. Treatment plans may be modeled on the following issues and include some of the following objectives:

Communication objectives may include:

  • Developing conversational skills for interacting with peers and adults
  • Using and understanding nonverbal communication such as gestures
  • Interpreting facial expressions
  • Becoming comfortable engaging in functional, spontaneous dialogue

Common social objectives may include:

  • Forming friendships with other classmates
  • Learning to initiate and sustain back-and-forth conversations
  • Enjoying both structured and unstructured playtime
  • Empathy in interactions with others

Behavioral Objectives may include:

  • Respecting boundaries and personal space
  • Increase positive behaviors
  • Expressing frustration in a productive way
  • Making eye contact during interactions with peers and adults

Self-Care objectives for young children may include:

  • Self-feeding
  • Brushing teeth
  • Taking a shower
  • Dressing and undressing
  • Toileting 


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