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ABA THERAPY + PARENT TRAINING = RESULTS

August 19, 2016

Many families know that ABA THERAPY benefits children with autism. ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis, a scientifically based and systematic method for helping a child to progress with daily life skills and functioning.

  • How many of those families know about PARENT TRAINING?
  • How many families get PARENT TRAINING?
  • How many companies provide PARENT TRAINING?
  • Which companies include PARENT TRAINING as an integral part of their ABA Therapy Program?

FAVORITE THERAPISTS incorporates Parent Training into the therapy plans for our clients. We know, understand and have seen substantial improvements with children with autism when the parents collaborate and work together with us. After all, most children spend the majority of their waking hours with their family when they are not in school or in therapy!

WHAT IS PARENT TRAINING?

Parent Training is a 1:1 session between the parent(s) and a Board Certified Behavior Analayst (BCBA). Parent Training can be with or without a child present. It can be a time for discussion, a time for planning for school support, or even a time for the BCBA to watch and observe the parent(s) and give feedback as to how to make improvements to interaction, language and activities with a child who has autism.

Parent Training varies based upon the child, the child’s needs, the parent, the parents’ concerns, and the frequency of meetings. No two training sessions are ever the same, but they all are centered on doing what is best for the child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

PARENT TRAINING WITH MY FAVORITE THERAPISTS IS SUPER BENEFICIAL!

 

During our Parent Training sessions, the parent(s) and the BCBA can meet and talk. It sounds easy and simple but, in today’s life, we rarely have time to just sit and talk. Together the parent(s) and the BCBA can focus on so many topics and activities:

 
Many families know that ABA THERAPY benefits children with autism. ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis, a scientifically based and systematic method for helping a child to progress with daily life skills and functioning.

  • How many of those families know about PARENT TRAINING?
  • How many families get PARENT TRAINING?
  • How many companies provide PARENT TRAINING?
  • Which companies include PARENT TRAINING as an integral part of their ABA Therapy ProgramMY

FAVORITE THERAPISTS incorporates Parent Training into the therapy plans for our clients. We know, understand and have seen substantial improvements with children with autism when the parents collaborate and work together with us. After all, most children spend the majority of their waking hours with their family when they are not in school or in therapy!

 

WHAT IS PARENT TRAINING?

 

Parent Training is a 1:1 session between the parent(s) and a Board Certified Behavior Analayst (BCBA). Parent Training can be with or without a child present. It can be a time for discussion, a time for planning for school support, or even a time for the BCBA to watch and observe the parent(s) and give feedback as to how to make improvements to interaction, language and activities with a child who has autism.

Parent Training varies based upon the child, the child’s needs, the parent, the parents’ concerns, and the frequency of meetings. No two training sessions are ever the same, but they all are centered on doing what is best for the child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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