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We at Agoo are here for you

Agoo Family and School services are dedicated to promoting the optimal development from children, from when they are in their mother’s womb to 18 years old. Our services include support, intervention skills training, prevention, evaluation and therapy. We believe in quality collaborative care. Having children and families serviced under one roof allows us to work together on a interdisciplinary team, having all professionals and doctors sharing their expertise and working with your child on the same intervention plan.

We are deeply committed to the children we serve and to all children, who will benefit from the advancement of knowledge, training, and therapeutic services.

We offer our children’s parents, the professionals and institutions that serve them optimal support, latest academic research and an understanding of the profound effect of childhood relationships and mental health.

We offer free confidential phone consult for parents to help guide them to the right services.

For more information please contact our Family & School Services Clinic:

450-687-6888 ext 113

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A neuropsychology evaluation allows children to obtain a full psychological evaluation (academic, cognitive, developmental, socio-emotional and behavioral). It focuses on how brain function may affect a child’s daily activities and behavior, allowing for appropriate coping measures to be established. It allows an understanding of neurologic, neuropsychiatric and/or learning problems and can also be required in order to diagnose an autism spectrum disorder. A full evaluation is conducted at the clinic, using the latest evaluation tools.


There may be times when your child has difficulty expressing or dealing with emotions. Your child may be facing difficulties with their social interactions or they may be struggling to cope with school demands and everyday life (anxiety, incontinence, constipation, improving food sensitivities (“picky eating”), behavioral difficulties). If you have any concerns regarding your child's behavior that you feel have had a negative impact on your family or child’s life, our experienced team of psychologists can offer your child personalized therapy. Each child will have a tailored therapy plan pertaining to their specific situation and their objectives/goals. The main approaches used by our psychologists are cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance & commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). The psychologist and child will work towards achieving these objectives and goals to assure long-term well-being.


Psychotherapy is a therapeutic intervention which utilizes a variety of techniques and methods to help children and adolescents who are experiencing difficulties with their emotions or behaviour. Communication, playing, drawing, and pretending are used as a tools for bringing about change in feelings and behaviours.


The psychoeducator works with people who are coping with adaptation issues reflecting on their behavior. They aid in self-confidence and self-regulation through self-control and self-calming. Individuals are evaluated through systematic observation, various questionnaires and standardized tests. They evaluate various issues and offer unique solutions to those individuals. They offer efficient and rigorous intervention plans for children and their family that may or may not be diagnosed with Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Language Impairment and anxiety.


The psychopedagogist's approach is to advocate for children and their families, help them build emotional intelligence and learn skills they may be lacking rather than focusing on the behavior they may be exhibiting. We offer a specialized form of individual and group intervention for the 21 st Century Learner focused on self-management, self-awareness, decision-making skills and relationship skills. Psychopedagogists work closely with the family, the school and the child that may or may not be diagnosed with Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and Language Impairment and anxiety.


Our services in social work offer problem-solving strategies and communication techniques for children, adolescents and parents developed in a collaborative approach with the child’s milieu (community, daycare, school). The social worker collaborates with families and children experiencing a life crisis such as a loss or separation. Support and coping skills are introduced to the family. In addition, co-parenting and Positive Parenting Programs are offered individually or in a group setting to meet the growing needs of childhood development and to promote healthy parenting styles. The service is also offered at home, school and daycare and emergency appointments are available.


Audiology screening is performed at the clinic for babies aged 0 to 1 year old in order to detect congenital hearing loss. It can also be performed as of the age of three (3) into adulthood. If a child presents speech, language, communication or developmental delays, they are referred to an audiologist as soon as possible in order to rule out the possibility of a hearing loss. If a hearing loss is diagnosed, parents are given information and strategies in order to procure accurate therapy and correct resources for treatment (ENT specialist if surgery is deemed necessary or hearing aid specialists). Central Auditory Processing (CAPS) Disorder testing is performed for students that have difficulty processing the information they hear; there is a disconnect between what is heard and what is understood by the child. CAPS testing is administered for children aged seven (7) and above.


Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) present with a wide scope of practice. They work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adolescents. SLPs may also provide aural rehabilitation for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. Additionally, they may provide augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems for individuals with severe expressive and/or language comprehension disorders, such as autism spectrum disorder or progressive neurological disorders. SLPs work with the full range of human communication and swallowing disorders. They provide training and education as well as counselling and consultative services to family/caregivers. Similarly, they work collaboratively with professionals from many other disciplines to ensure that children’s needs can be met effectively. SLPs may engage in research to enhance knowledge about human communication processes and develop new assessment and treatment methods that may lead to more effective outcomes for the child.


For babies, the physical therapist determines the reasons behind the motor developmental delay whether it is a difficult delivery, a premature birth or an abnormally high or low muscle tone. Pediatric physical therapists also work with all children and adolescents. They can evaluate and treat problems related to sports injuries, chronic pain as well as develop a treatment plan for rehabilitation after a surgery or a fracture.

Pediatric Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy: These services are available for people of all ages and include:
-Daytime urinary incontinence
-Urinary frequency or urgency; urinary retention
-Night time bedwetting
-Constipation and fecal incontinence
-Pain in the perineal or rectal region

Sports Specific Rehabilitation: These services are available for children 4 and over and include:
-Orthopedic injuries
-Post-operative rehabilitation
-Sports specific rehab
-Chronic pain management

Physical Rehabilitation Services: These services are available for children between the ages of 0 and 8 and include:
-Torticollis and Plagiocephaly
-Developmental delays
-Gross motor impairments
-Idiopathic toe walking in young children
-And more


Our occupational therapists help children develop their independence in daily life tasks by improving child’s everyday skills (referred to as their “occupation”). There is a focus on self-care, school readiness, play skills, fine and gross motor skills, school performance, sensory processing, social and emotional regulation. Children with and without developmental delays acquire confidence and day-to- day skills. This service is offered outside the clinic as well; at home or school and daycare visits.



Our nutritionist provides an individualized approach to health and wellness across the entire lifespan. A holistic evidence-based approach is followed to coach children and their parents achieve their health goals.


Children’s needs are assessed by qualified speech and language pathologists, psychoeducators or occupational therapists who determine whether the child’s difficulties are significant and persistent. If so, the child will then be accepted into the program and weekly sessions will begin with the specialized educator. Our main objective is to offer support for the children; we want to make sure their needs are being met to the best of our abilities. A little support can go a long way.



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