Parent Trainings for ABA
Cultivate Behavioral Health and Education is committed to helping you navigate the autism treatment journey. Our Parent Training resources provide information on issues in the ASD caregiver space.
Access the webinars and instructional materials below featuring topics like crisis management, feeding and sleeping issues, and daily visual schedules.
In today’s discussion we will talk about what pairing is, how to pair, why it is important, and finally going through some scenarios of what pairing looks like. Pairing is a way to establish yourself as a reinforcer for your child. Some people may also refer to this as building a rapport. During the pairing process, you want to establish yourself with things your child finds enjoyable.
As your child ages, you may begin wondering when to start focusing on vocational skills. While traditionally vocational skills are addressed in a special education environment, did you know that many of those skills can also be worked on in an ABA program?
Next up in our Parent Training series, we will be discussing the Power of Words: Using Positive Phrases with Your Child. The powerpoint presentation below provides audio narration for ease of access. Click on the link below to follow along.
This week in our Parent Training series, we will be exploring different principles of reinforcement. Reinforcement is a powerful tool that we utilize when we are teaching new behaviors as well as when we are maintaining behaviors.
If your child is struggling in school, or if your child has received a diagnosis by a medical professional, they may qualify for an Individualized Education Program or IEP. It’s hard to know where to start or what to expect during this process, and the law can be…
We’ve all needed to make adjustments to our work, school, and socializing over the last six months. One aspect that can be especially challenging is successfully adapting to virtual learning, and we want to help! These tips and tricks were compiled from recommendations from Cultivate employees who have supported or are currently supporting their own children in the virtual learning process.
You’ve prepared a learning space, printed and organized materials, and set expectations for the daily routine. Now what?
Motivating your child, creating achievable goals for yourself, and generally setting everyone up for success for consistent, effective virtual learning can be a challenge. We hope the following tips will help parents manage and functionally support schooling from home.
As a parent with a child on the autism spectrum, the thought of Crisis Management may seem like a task too big to handle. Cultivate is here to help. A team of Registered Behavior Technicians in our Apprenticeship program put together this informative presentation in…
The third presentation in our Parent Training Series focuses on the benefits and applications of Daily Visual Schedules. The goals for this training are to: Provide you with 3 general strategies for easing transitions between activities with daily schedules,Explain…
80% of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder struggle with sleep. In this training, we will break down common sleep problems and recommend strategies for skill building and decreasing challenging behavior. We will address three specific problems associated with…