Parent Training

My child has been diagnosed with Autism, Now What?

This is a question we hear too often. Many parents are given too little or too much information and it can be confusing and frustrating. Information can be outdated, incorrect, and often not specific to you or your child. For these reasons and so many more parents often find ABA therapy services to be greatly beneficial for them and their child. By providing a variety of parent training customized to you and your child’s needs that is offered convenient to your schedule, we are here for you to help find the answers. From what is Autism to the most complex social and problematic behaviors, we can help you using the science of ABA.

Where to turn for help?

Early in your child’s life or at the time of their diagnosis, it is important to know what Autism is (and some might say what Autism is not). In addition, it is recommended to learn what options there are for you and your child. This is where parent training can play an important role throughout the lifetime of your child. Encouraging their language as well as social development is key to their long-term success. We work with you as part of a team to ensure that your child is provided quality services. In addition, we welcome the opportunity to work with everyone that is in your child’s life such as their teacher and other key family members. Contact us today to learn more about these services.

What to do when we feel we have tried everything?

As children become preteens, additional challenges both at home as well as school arise. Parent training can be essential during these times to best address concerns across a variety of issues such as social skills, problematic behaviors, puberty, sexuality, and daily living skills. By providing a customized approach convenient to your schedule, we are here to support you and your child. To learn more about these services, please visit our inquiry page.

What is available during the Teenage Years?

We hear from many families that they feel like they missed the window to get help or they cannot find help out there. These teenage years can be difficult and services are available for these aged young adults with Autism. In fact, ABA is a service often recommended for this age group and it is never too late to contact us to learn more about how our parent training services can help. From social skills, puberty, problematic behavior, school issues, sexuality, preparing for adulthood, and so much more we are here to work with you on a convenient schedule including Saturday sessions.

Don’t forget about our specialty programs.

Toilet Training
Picky Eating

Getting help with just 1 or 2 issues for your child can be difficult and may have you waiting months or even longer to find someone to help. Whether toilet training, hair-cutting, eating, sleeping, auditory sensitivity, or so many other common issues that children affected by Autism spectrum disorder and their parents face, ABA can help. There are specific programs we offer that address these common issues and can be provided within the parent training services. We work closely with you to determine the cause and provide a customized approach to the issue(s) at hand. We invite you to contact us today to learn more about these services.