In our parent training sessions, we bring up topics that could help you understand the situation - specific behaviors and consequences - and why your child is performing a certain way. It can relieve and address the appropriate responses to your child's behavior in order for them to develop in a productive way.
We train you in our individualized behavior support plans
We will explain you what to do in different scenarios, model you, ask you to rehearse and give you feedback of your performance to provide positive parenting and parenting with love
With our team and staff, we use Behavior Skills training to coach you and teach you to be a positive parent. We advise parents about strategies that could decrease the likelihood of problem behaviors or the reoccurrence of problem behaviors. Listening to your child and examining how they react could give you clues. It could be helpful to avoid situations or people, try to control the environment, give things in small doses rather than overwhelming them all at once. Responding to early signs of behavior problems such as pacing or agitation could help your child.
Caregivers working with client will be trained on the procedures outlined in the behavior support plan/revised updates prior to implementing the plan.
Training will take the form of instruction and role-play.
Fidelity checks will be completed to determine the level of knowledge and plan implementation of the parents.
Future training requirements will be assessed with the usage of fidelity checks
Caregivers are expected to be able to describe targeted behaviors, explain, or demonstrate implementation of prevention and teaching strategies, describe what to do when problem behaviors occur, and how to document skills training and reduction data.
Those needing additional training (scoring below 80%) receive an in-service training.
At least two fidelities are needed per year; caregivers should show and tell the different sections of the BCaBA or BCBA.