Halton Autism Services

Wondering where to begin? Start with a free consultation to explore and discuss your child’s strengths and needs! We’ll review different types of autism service options and how they may fit with your child’s and family goals.  We offer a wide spectrum of autism services, click on a program below to learn more.

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Jessica Gallino, Intake Coordinator
905-689-4727 ext. 115

School & Care
LEAP Preschool

For children 2.5 yrs to 5 yrs with autism or suspected autism.

Entry to School

For children entering Kindergarten or Grade 1 for the first time.

Centre-Based Services

ABA Therapy for children with or without an autism diagnosis.

Woodview Learning Centre

Alternative school setting for students with autism.

Autism Social Skills Groups

Developing communication and daily living skills.

Extended Before and After Care

For children attending Woodview’s Centre Based Services.

Family Support
Family Skill Development Services

Caregivers learn skills to support children aged 0-18 years.

Caregiver Mediated Early Years

Project Impact – coaching program for parents of young children with autism.


Free on-demand webinars on a variety of autism topics.

Foundational Family Services

Free for families registered in the Ontario Autism Program (OAP).

Ontario Autism Program FAQ

Is my child eligible for the Ontario Autism Program (OAP)?

To register for the Ontario Autism Program, your child must:

  • be under age 18
  • currently live in Ontario
  • have a written diagnosis of autism from a qualified professional

Your child’s written diagnosis must include:

  • your child’s full name and date of birth
  • the date of your child’s assessment
  • a statement indicating that the child meets the diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorder
  • the qualified professional’s name and credentials

(Source: Ontario Autism Program website.)

Where can I learn more about OAP funding?

Currently, families can register for the Ontario Autism Program to participate in core clinical services, which includes the determination of needs process.

According to the OAP website, the amount of funding that your family can use to purchase OAP core clinical services each year depends on:

  • the intensity of your child’s needs
  • your child’s age

(Source: Ontario Autism Program website.)

How can I learn more about the Ontario Autism Program (OAP)?

Families can learn about the Ontario Autism Program here:


or access Service Navigation through Autism Ontario here:


Take a Virtual Tour!

Welcome to a virtual tour of our classrooms and play spaces at 69 Flatt Road in Burlington.

Holly Adair-Simpson
Clinical Supervisor
Woodview Halton Autism Services
Email: hadair-simpton@woodview.ca
Phone: 905-689-4727 x 197

Holly Adair-Simpson, M.Ed., BCBA

Holly has been with Woodview since 2011 and is a Boad Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) and Clinical Supervisor. For 8 years, Holly has worked in the field, specializing in autism services, first being certified as an associated behaviour analyst (BCBA). Holly is passionate about helping her clients reach their potential and sharing her love of applied behaviour analysis within her community. Holly first became interested in autism working as a child and youth counsellor at a group home. There, she was introduced to an amazing little girl with autism. Inspired by her and other clients she worked with, she returned to school to complete her Autism and Behavioural Science diploma and subsequently her Masters in Education in Applied Behaviour Analysis- Curriculum and Instruction. Holly is certified in Pivotal Response Training Level 1, Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS) Level1, PEERS program, and Facing Your Fears. She is trained in Handwriting Without Tears Curriculum (HWT) for Pre-K to Grade 5 as well as in Handwriting Assessment and has Tier 1 and 2 Trauma Training. She has up to date CRP, First Aid, and Non-Violent Crisis Intervention certificates. Holly has completed her early start Denver Model Beginner and Advanced training.

Clinic Appointments

Parents are invited to book a free, one hour clinic appointment based on a specific area of need (i.e., teaching a skill, setting a routine, toileting, etc.).

Clinic appointments are available Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Evening appointments are available upon request and based on availability.

Brief Targeted Consultations

We offer free brief targeted consultations for families to discuss the services available that would best suit the needs of their child.

Appointments are available Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Evening appointments are available upon request and based on availability.

Contact us

We’re here to help.  We can provide information to assist you with making choices about services for your child.

HaltonAutismServices@Woodview.ca or call 905-689-4724 ext.115

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