you look for aba autism
intervention plan the good news is that there are many resources to turn to for help.
You can seek out Occupational Therapists
that have been trained to teach autistic children. Observe
them and use their techniques to create your own lessons to help
your child learn new skills.
Secondly, contact your school district
for further educational resources and ask specifically for ABA
programs or educators who are trained and specialize in this
Thirdly, attend seminars or workshops to
learn more about ABA intervention plans.
Fourthly, surf online for books,
articles, proven methods, and sites created by parents to give
you more knowledge towards forming an intervention plan.
Finally, as you use the ABA method
yourself in addition to the techniques used by Occupational
Therapists, schools, samples given at seminars or online,
and possibly other sources you may find, then celebrate the
small steps and build on them toward learning new skills.
A parent of an autistic child once said
that the slightest improvement gives hope and should be
Therapist answers parent’s questions: http://www.autismspeaks.org/whattodo/ask_a_therapist.php
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