Parents play an important role in the sex education of their children. Every day, they serve as models of sexual health while also conveying their own values and beliefs. It is reassuring for teens to know there are trusting adults to support, guide and act as non-judgemental sources of information and education. The goal of the consultation is to provide parents and caregivers the information needed to support a structure for appropriate sexual behaviour based on ABA strategies and offer opportunities for teaching their teens social integration and healthy sexuality. Virtual brainstorming ABA strategies and sexuality with families on an individual basis. One follow up session to ensure good practice and application of ABA strategies. Parents should come prepared with their questions and concerns. If further evaluation is required, parents will be encouraged to contact a BCBA for clinical treatment.
S. Grenier Consulting
Sylvie Grenier firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is Eligible:
Parents with a child or adolescent with an ASD diagnosis or behaviour challenges.
Sylvie is a bilingual Board Certified assistant Behaviour Analyst (BCaBA) from the North, servicing children and their families in schools and homes. She has a well-rounded, seasoned background in Applied Behaviour Analysis, education and training for children and adolescents with ASD and developmental disabilities, with sound knowledge of theory and practice of ABA, social groups and sexuality.
Over the past two decades, Sylvie has worked in-home settings, public schools, residential programs, and community settings for children and adolescents with challenging behaviors and disabilities, to improve their ability to function independently as members of our community, home and school.
Offering quality services with a superior level of fidelity, Sylvie has maintained a reputation for integrity, reliability and dedication to the children and families she serves.
Sylvie was recognized by Autism Ontario for the Gerry Bloomfield Excellence Award in 2018 for sitting as a Panel Member on the Ontario Autism Program Advisory Committee in 2017.
She is a member in good standing of the Ontario Association for Behaviour Analysis (ONTABA) and ABA International (ABAI).
She has been trained and maintains her certifications in these trainings: