For: children (12 to 42 months) at the start of intervention and who have social communication difficulties
Social ABCs is a Naturalistic Developmental Behavioural Intervention that focuses on supporting a toddler’s use of vocalizations to communicate and share positive emotions with others. Opportunities for teaching and learning come from your child’s natural interests during playtime and day-to-day caregiving routines.
You will work with a trained coach to learn how to create an environment that supports your child’s social communication in your child’s natural environment, using play-based activities and daily routines that your child finds the most motivating.
Social ABCs is an evidence-based, caregiver-mediated intervention for toddlers.
Access to Services
Please note, families must receive an invitation from the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services through the Government of Ontario before participating in C-MEY.
Have you received an invitation? Remember to check your email spam and junk folders!
Once you have received the letter of invitation, register for the Caregiver-Mediated Early Years program by completing TVCC’s online Intake and Referral form.
If you have questions or need help completing the form, contact Samantha O'Neill, C-MEY Program Coordinator, at:
- Email: Samantha.Oneill [at] tvcc.on.ca
- Call: 866-590-8822 ext 53777
- Text: 519-953-5680
You will be asked for your OAP Client Reference Number when you register for the Ontario Autism Program.
Contact abs [at] tvcc.on.ca for information about registering with the OAP.
What to Expect
If you register for C-MEY using TVCC’s online Intake and Referral form, we will call to speak with you about the programs we offer and help you decide which is the right fit for your child and family.
After choosing a program, you will be connected with an experienced clinician from TVCC and/or one of our five partner agencies providing C-MEY in southwestern Ontario.
For More Information
Questions? Email us at abs [at] tvcc.on.ca
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