Parent Training

Parent Training can be offered in two ways.  Group parent training is offered as a fourteen-week series that introduces parents to the principles and practices of applied behavior analysis (ABA). The goal of group parent training is to equip parents/caregivers with the principles of ABA for home application and in other natural environments.

Individual parent training is a necessary part of our 1:1 ABA program.  If parents are new to ABA, their child’s Clinical Supervisor may spend time reviewing the terminology and content in the 14-week curriculum, and they will also be working with the family to ensure parents or caregivers are able to help their child generalize skills from therapy to the home and community settings.  Individual parent training is more focused on the specific needs of the child, while group parent training is often teaching a general approach that parents can try at home.

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