Enhancing lives of families across all spectrums

At HereOnTheSpectrum, our goal is to guide your child towards success and happiness that is meaningful to them.

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How To Get Started


Online Intake Meeting

Book a free intake meeting with us! Let us know what you’d like our support in and areas you’d like your child to work on. Our team of professionals will assess to see if we are a good fit for your needs.


Assessments and Observations

We will schedule observations and conduct initial assessments to determine your child’s current skill set, interests, and dislikes to see where to start with our support. We want to have fun while getting to know one another!


Program and Strategy Planning

Depending on what kind of support you need, we will start developing a personalized plan and strategies that aims to support your family and child to their fullest potential!

Join our team and meet many loving families

We’re hiring behavioural interventionists that would like a rewarding and exciting experience working with individuals with special needs.

Competitive compensation

Potential hybrid remote work + flexible hours

Comprehensive training and supervision

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ABA Therapy and Consultation Where You Are

Therapy extends across 2 provinces in Canada




What families are saying


I highly recommend their ABA services. The dedicated team’s expertise and tailored approach have made a significant impact on my child’s development and overall well-being.


The ABA services provided by this organization have been life-changing for my child. We’ve seen tremendous progress and couldn’t be happier with the results!”

About Us


About Here On The Spectrum.

Here On The Spectrum is started by Janice M.Sc. BCBA, as a way to help families on a global scale.

Janice is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA). She graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Special Education. She also holds a Master of Science in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) from Queen’s University, Belfast.

Since 2013, she has supported individuals in the autism community as a behaviour interventionist, case manager, and behaviour consultant. She has experience working with early learners, youths, and adults with autism and/or other complex disorders.

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