ABA Training for Parents

ABA Training for L4Life Parents

A parent’s ability to interact as effectively as possible with their child is crucial to their own wellbeing as well as their child’s. For this reason, we strive to equip our parents with ABA theoretical and practical knowledge that they can continue applying in their therapists’ absence and after the end of their child’s program.

Conducted by our Program Supervisors over three hours, this training demonstrates the teaching process and behaviour management skills we use in our Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention (EIBI) ABA programs: our Full-Service Model and Consultancy Model. We offer this seminar at least once annually to parents with a child enrolled in either one of these models .

This training is in addition to the individualised support that our supervisors provide parents throughout their children’s programs, and to the consultancy support they receive from our Clinical Consultant, Pam Roy, and the Director of the Lovaas Institute, Scott Wright.

To learn more, please phone us at (03) 9853 4607 or email us at admin@learningforlife.com.au.

Additional Parent Training Opportunities through the Autism Behavioural Intervention Association (ABIA)

ABIA is Victoria’s peak body for ABA delivery. ABIA provides training, education and support to parents, carers, and professionals working with children with Autism. Since its beginning, L4Life has had a strong partnership with ABIA, together working to build community training in, and awareness of, ABA therapy and its effectiveness.

For Parents, therapists, educators and anyone else interested in learning more about ABA, L4Life senior staff provide workshops in Behaviour Management, How to Teach a Child with ASD and Social Skills through ABIA.

To learn more about these training opportunities, please phone ABIA at (03) 9830 0677 or email them at info@abia.net.au.

 

We strive to equip parents with ABA skills that they can continue applying in their therapists’ absence and after the end of their child’s EIBI program.

We strive to equip parents with ABA skills that they can continue applying in their therapists’ absence and after the end of their child’s EIBI program.