Superior Life Skills
Through group services, we teach social and life skills to children, youth and young adults with Autism, ADHD or simply those needing some additional support. It is important to us to provide these opportunities to children, youth and families across Northwestern Ontario, including those in smaller and isolated communities.
Superior Life Skills supports families through parent sessions, sharing information, and coaching in programs.
We support learning through the delivery of services within schools and the community.
Helping children, youth and young adults working towards becoming independent and active within their community.
We support individuals and their families in their right to learn and grow in the community. Our services strengthen independence, belonging and support while encouraging individual choice and opportunity.
Delivery of Services
Group services are delivered in both in person and virtual formats with typically 4-12 participants:
Scheduled in-person groups will be offered within the city of Thunder Bay. Please connect with us about receiving in-person services within Northwestern Ontario.
Virtual services will be offered through Google Meet open to all children & youth, however priority may be given to Northern Ontario participants
We have a passion to help others develop their potential to participate in their community through increasing social and life skills. Our founders have nearly 50 years of working with children, youth and their families, primarily with an intellectual or physical diagnosis/disability. We offer over 20 years of experience delivering group services to children and youth, mainly with a diagnosis of Autism.
Founder & Co-owner
I am trained and have experience with; PEERS School-Based and Teleconference, Children’s Friendship Training, Zones of Regulation, Leadership Training, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
Founder & Co-owner
Born and raised in Thunder Bay, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education from Lakehead University. Following graduation, I moved to Winnipeg and began teaching in the Winnipeg School Division. Teaching soon led to entering the field of Applied Behaviour Analysis with Child & Community Resources. There, I discovered my passion for helping children and youth feel empowered to develop meaningful skills that enrich their lives.
An enthusiastic lifelong learner, my training and experience has a wide range. For over a decade, I have been developing and implementing programming to support many different learning goals. I am trained and have experience with delivering; PEERS, Children's Friendship Training, Sibshops, Triple P Stepping Stones, Secret Agent Society, Applied Behaviour Analysis, Mindfulness for Educators, and the Zones of Regulation.