Parent Training

The QSAC Parent Training program aims to provide caregivers with the tools necessary to improve the independence and quality of life of their loved one with autism or pervasive developmental disorder.

The training program introduces parents and family members to various behavioral procedures that have proven successful in achieving behavior changes when applied appropriately to a diverse range of skills, including toilet training, communication, and interpersonal behavior skills.

The program offers families 12 weeks of service with a 1-hour session per week and is open to families of individuals diagnosed with autism or pervasive developmental disorder.

Past topics include Introduction to Autism, Introduction to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Reinforcement, ABA Teaching Methods: Discrete Trial and Incidental Teaching, Toilet Training, Increasing Language and Communication, Daily Living Skills: Chaining and Task Analysis, Activity Schedules, Behavior Problems, and Treatment, Self-Management, Generalization: Making Behavior Change Last and more!


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