Category: education

eLearning Intro Video

e-Learning program is designed for busy caregivers as it allows you to focus on one lesson per month. Each lesson introduces you to one evidence-based practice, including creative activities, video demonstrations, guided practices and tips to help you put your new skills to use right away!

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30-Day Trial: NEW PRODUCT!

AS A PARENT OF CHILD WITH AUTISM, WHAT DO YOU NEED? For your child to reach his full potential — to achieve remarkable independence… to make friends, participate in the community and find joy. The solution is! WHAT IS MISSING? NEEDED RESOURCES. Even in the U.S. where access to funding for ABA services is nearly ubiquitous and over…

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FREE Thriving with Autism eLearning

The 5-STAR Amazon reviewed, top-selling book, Thriving with Autism now has a supplementary Activities-in-Action eLearning program and we’re giving you access FREE for the first monthly lesson! Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to learn evidence-based strategies for this unbeatable low price. Your first monthly lesson is FREE, while additional lessons are only $24 a month (no long-term commitment required).…

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$29 RBT Training

Do you already have experience in the field of ABA and just need the 40-Hour Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) curriculum? Enroll in the $49-RBT course and get your 40-hour curriculum done easily and quickly. 

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Teaching Life Skills with Task Analysis

Time to discuss the details of yet another Evidence-Based Practice (EBP)frequently used in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) by Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). It's called Task Analysis. The name might sound complex, but it is actually a rather simple strategy to understand. What Task Analysis entails, is breaking a skill down into sequentially ordered steps, so they can be taught one step at a time. Think of Task Analysis as creating an instruction manual to complete a task.

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Discrete Trial Teaching

Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT) was developed by Ivar Lovaas and is an
evidence-based practice (EBP) that has been used as a method of teaching
individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder for more than 40 years. It is the
most widely used and well researched form of Applied Behavior Analysis

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