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    Hi,My son is waitlisted for TPAS and his number is 92.Can anyone tell me how long it might take for him to get his turn. Is there anyway
    that we can speed up the waitlist..Sindhu


      Most of the families I have worked with it takes about a year. There is no way to speed up the waitlist.
      I know at your stage with your son a year seems like an eternity, but it goes by quickly. At the stage my daughter is at (she is an adult) I would be ecstatic if I could get service within a year.
      The question is do you want to spend your child’s life waiting for various services or do you want to get on with life? You son is young and children at this age are very welcoming and want to play with everyone. Put him in regular parks and rec programs with children in his age group. Ask for a support worker with parks and rec – they don’t charge for this service only the program fee. He will learn how to play with other children, how to give and take, how to self soothe, learn new skills.


      Thank you for your advice Jenny. Sindhu


      Hi, My son is 5 years old and and as he is 92 on the waitlist I was wondering if I changed from DSO ato
      DFO, would that speeden my waitlist. Is it better to opt for DFO and hire your own private ABA therapist.
      Are private therapists better and what are pros and cons of each? Anyone benefitted better from private
      therapists where you can combine with speech therapy?


      my son waited 2 years and 7 months

      we are in the west quadrant of toronto

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