in-home aba services

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is a scientifically-validated type of therapy that focuses on improving the overall quality of life for your child and family. 

In-Home Care Designed For You and Your Child

Helping your child reach their full potential

You want your child to reach their hopes and dreams, regardless of their abilities or diagnosis. Our clinical team will provide you with individualized behaviour programs to help you manage your child’s behaviour.

Information you can understand

Behaviour therapy can be complex and terminology can be hard to understand. You want a plan that is simple yet effective. We provide you with easy-to-understand strategies that will help you and your family confidently and positively support your child at home and in the community.

Care that is customized just for you

Every child is unique and so are their needs. General guidance on how to manage behaviour often falls short. We work with you to develop a plan that is designed to meet the specific, unique needs of your child while improving the quality of life with your family as a whole.

Meet the clinical supervisor

Matt Derkach is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) who has been working in the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) for over 6 years. Matt’s interest in the field of ABA began when he first started working as a Direct Support Professional with children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. His love for ABA quickly grew and he decided to further education in the field of ABA and he obtained a Masters in Applied Disability Studies (MADS) at Brock University.

Matt is passionate about working in the special needs community and has extensive experience working with children and adults with severe behaviour problems, which includes having worked in centre and in home settings at CHEO’s Development and Rehabilitation Department and the Autism Program.


what is a bcba?

BCBA stands for Board Certified Behaviour Analyst. In order to become a BCBA, a person must have obtained a Masters degree in a human service field like Behaviour Analysis and they must have completed special graduate level course work in Behaviour Analysis during their Masters program.