ABA Parent Training
We recognize that family members with ASD children in their homes can feel confused and frustrated as well. That is why we feel that ABA Parent Training is critical to a successful ABA therapeutic program. Our therapy is done in the home and can provide a parent with a better understanding of Autistic Spectrum Disorder. ABA Parent Training also allows parents the opportunity to better understand their child’s specific behaviors. This understanding offers the best possible environment for a child to develop healthy responses with social interactions in a variety of settings.
ABA Parent Training also allows a parent to feel more in control of their child’s situation. Interacting with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder child presents challenges to the traditional adult/child relationship in the home. With proper training, a parent is able to follow the established teaching methods that encourage positive behavior. It also helps to prevent a child’s parent from applying the wrong methods.
The success of our home program is greatly improved when a parent is properly trained. Establishing a treatment will have limited results if that treatment is applied consistently. Parents play a critical role in their child’s behavioral development, and parent training offers an opportunity for family members to become involved.
A trained parent becomes our therapist’s partner that is able to provide valuable feedback and interpretations of events as they happen. The trained parent is able to provide accurate information as well as teaching. This will allow our staff members to better assess behaviors and gives us the ability to modify treatment in a way that continues to provide positive results.
The key to a therapy such as ABA is consistency. Providing uniform learning helps to reinforce the desired behaviors we are looking for. Trained parents are more situationally aware and can intervene on behalf of a child who may be receiving confusing messages from others in their life. Our patient’s parents can educate other family members, friends, neighbors, and school personnel while better understanding the feedback that these individuals will provide.
Pairing ABA therapy with ABA Parent Training will also improve family interactions and relationships. ABA Parent Training creates a therapeutic relationship that can lessen the frustration that a child may feel in the home. Parents with training are more aware and understanding of their child’s behaviors and needs. Simply put, ABA Parent Training allows a parent and ASD child the opportunity to bond more.
Contact Us Today for an Evaluation to see if ABA therapy is right for your child.The longer your child with Autism Spectrum Disorder goes without help, the harder it will be to reach that child. Call us today at (516) 229-1194.
How It Works?Research over the last 40+ years has shown the efficacy of ABA Therapy for individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Our services begin with an intake consultation with a member of our administrative team. This is a time where families are able to discuss primary areas of concern and determine if ABC can meet their needs.
During this process our team will determine eligibility for services and navigate the insurance process for you. You will be asked to fill out an application, provide proof of medical diagnosis of Autism spectrum disorder, provide a prescription for ABA Therapy services, and provide proof of insurance.
The next step is to assess your child’s skill level, which is necessary to guide the development of an individualized Autism treatment plan. The assessment will be conducted by a licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and will include the use of various assessment tools. Typically, assessments are conducted in the home setting. However, arrangements can be made to conduct the assessment in an area that best suits your family’s needs.
Through assessment in everyday situations such as home and school, behaviors are targeted and a detailed therapy plan is developed. Throughout the treatment, data is recorded and analyzed in order to show progress of meaningful change and to evaluate, modify, and refine treatment for the most socially significant outcomes.
I want to take the time to thank you guys for all your hard work. I know your job isn't easy but I want you to know that your hard work is paying off. My son is doing things he's never done before interested in potty believe it or not he grabs my hand and takes me to the bathroom so he can sit although he doesn't do anything but he takes me. He eats oranges and strawberries that was unheard of a few months ago he sometimes eats with a spoon even if it's for a few seconds that was unheard of he's more attentive omg the list goes on. I just wanted to take the time to say ty and I have the best therapist in the world.
A huge thank you for finding me the BEST two ABA therapist. Sophia and Grace are true rock stars and walking angels. Their skills combined with kindness and patience of a saint have truly helped Sophie progress. Sophie, me and her dad, are truly grateful for all of you!
A big thank you to Esti Perl, Intake coordinator, for helping us navigate the insurance information. We were never provided by other agencies all our options. We were struggling to find Full-Time employment and pay for ABA therapy caused us tremendous stress. Esti has helped us save so much money, and we received the very best ABA therapist.
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