Project ImPACT

Woodview Mental Health and Autism Services is pleased to partner with Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK) to offer Project ImPACT, an early intervention caregiver coaching program!
Registration is now open!

If you have received an invitation from the Ontario Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services to participate in the OAP Caregiver Mediated Early Years Program, contact us at 289-527-5306 or

About Project ImPACT

Project ImPACT is a supportive and effective coaching program for parents of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is supported by research and is based on the science of child development and the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).

The Project ImPACT program is for children with autism that are four years of age and under, and their families.

Build your confidence and reduce parenting stress.

We’ll work with you to set social, communication, imitation, and play goals for your child. We’ll introduce techniques one step at a time, and coach you through practice with your child during everyday activities such as meals, playtime, or getting dressed to go to the park. You’ll feel empowered to proactively support your child so they are able to build new skills.

When does Project ImPACT take place?

Project ImPACT will run for 12 weeks, alternating each week between group sessions and individual coaching. Follow-up support will be available after the 12 sessions to help ensure child and family success.

Project ImPACT’s coaching component is now being offered in-person in Halton and Hamilton in your home and at our centres.

Learn more about Project ImPACT