Children’s Therapy

An early intervention clinic for children who have autism, developmental delays, disability, and learning difficulties. OneOnOne Children’s Therapy, led by expert Speech Pathologists, Occupational and ESDM Therapists, and Psychologists, is committed to helping your children shine and gain crucial life skills.

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different from the rest

All parents want the very best for their children and want to see them succeed in their social, developmental and learning spheres of life. With OneOnOne, you ensure high-quality and individualized treatment and support for your child’s development.

Rewarding, empathetic, family-centered, and successful, we are committed to ensuring that children facing developmental and learning difficulties, social challenges, and feeding problems are catered to with diligence, in-depth assessments, and a multidisciplinary approach.


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use early start denver model ESDM in preschool
  • Susan Marden
  • 07 19, 20

ESDM in preschool

ention for young children with autism. Parents look for the best intervention for their child. They spend long periods of time finding the best early intervention clinic for their child. They ask about the best ways to support their child’s development. Eventually, most parents ask about supporting their child’s development at preschool. Let’s look at how the Early Start Denver Model, or ESDM, can support children in the preschool. Why is it important to use the Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) in...

Project ImPACT is a parent training program that equips parents with the knowledge and skills to teach their child social communication skills
  • Susan Marden
  • 03 02, 20

Project ImPACT – Parent coaching in social communication

of young children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Project ImPACT teaches parents strategies to help their child develop social, communication, imitation, and play skills during daily routines and activities. Project ImPACT is supported by research and based on developmental science and applied behavioural analysis (ABA) principles. The program: Teaches core social communication skills in a developmental framework Uses a blend of developmental and ABA teaching strategies within play and daily caregiving routines Uses effective parent coaching and engagement strategies to help parents learn and use the...

  • Susan Marden
  • 01 20, 20

How to help your child talk – Tip #1 is modelling

learn to talk by hearing other people talk. They hear all the people all around them talk. This process of listening to other people talk starts from the day they are born. Their little brains are hard wired to take in sounds and words from the very beginning. Children, from babaies to pre-schoolers, learn language from the people around them. They learn language from the people they spend the most time with. This is usually the parent. However, it can be siblings, grandparents,...


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OneOnOne’s child therapy programs and interventions are delivering holistic support for parents and their children. Together, we will help your child overcome their challenges and grow into individuals with strong personalities who achieve their potential.

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