Online Zoom Meetings for Parent Support and Training, Curriculum Set up, Language Lessons, Math lessons Weekly, Biweekly or Monthly Options available. For more information
Assist families with behavioural needs.
Smaller class sizes
Self regulation and social skills development
Welcome To Bright Start Academy
Bright Start Academy is a Private School for students in North York, ON that require additional support in academics, communication, social skills and functional daily living skills. Our staff are qualified both as Ontario Certified Teachers, and as Instructor Therapists trained in behaviorual therapy.
School Based Options
This program is for children from ages 4 to adult. The classroom allows children to work in small ratios to learn the skills they need to enter school. This is an intensive behavioural support program that gets students that have been in a 1:1 environment ready to work effectively with other students. Students work on classroom behaviors/expectations, calendar, pre-academics such as numeracy and language development as well as getting along with others.
ABA Therapy helps to breakdown skills into simpler forms. It will assist children in developing skills that include but are not limited to increasing communication, increasing social and play skills and so much more. We are able to work on increasing communication through spoken language, PECS, and other augmentative systems.
Bright Start Academy – private school in Toronto, ON offers a wide variety of programs to enhance each child’s social, academic and life skills as well as provides ABA therapy and autism support.
Our students learn how to develop and strengthen social and communication skills by participating in fun and motivating activities. The Social Skills & Music Therapy program provides ample opportunities to build positive peer relationships where self-esteem and confidence can excel. Self Regulation Block for students ages 7-9 years of age. This group is geared towards students that have Anxiety with ASD or Social Delays. Children must be able to be in a group of 4 or 5 without requiring 1:1 support.