Behaviour Consultation, Parent Coaching, Intensive Early Behavioural Intervention, Autism and Other Developmental Disorders, Executive Functioning, Emotional Regulation, IEP support, school consultation, community-based support and consultation.
Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) - Certification #1-21-49669
Behaviour Analyst Certification Board
Masters of Special Education (M.Ed.), University of British Columbia
Bachelor of Science in Cognitive Systems (B.Sc.), University of British Columbia
Paige is grateful to have had the opportunity to work with and learn from Autistic and other neurodivergent individuals across the province in various capacities. She started in the field of supporting neurodivergent clients over a decade ago in residential care facilities, then quickly branched out to work directly with parents and children in their homes, schools, and in the community.
Paige’s approach to intervention is child-centered and focused on family values, with highly individualized support plans. She supports the acquisition of functional skills through play and interest-based learning with a naturalistic developmental approach while following evidence-based research. Paige is also well-versed in collaborating with teams of professionals and believes that a multidisciplinary approach can greatly improve the quality of care and outcome of goals for the child and family.
In Paige’s free time, she plays rugby for the Bayside Sharks, spends time exploring the outdoors and at her family cabin, and enjoys painting.