Arches ABA Therapy for kids ages 2-6 with autism located in New Orleans, Louisiana

Several available spots for immediate placement!

Several available spots for immediate placement!

PARENT TRAINING SERVICES

Feel Better Equipped as a Parent to a Child Diagnosed With Autism in Covington, LA
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PARENT TRAINING SERVICES

Feel Better Equipped as a Parent to a Child Diagnosed With Autism in Covington, LA
GET STARTED

Tools and Knowledge to Support You and Your Child Best

Arches ABA Therapy offers parent training services for families of children diagnosed with Autism that are between the ages of 2-18 years. Under the direction of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), parent training services enhance parents’ skills so that they have the tools and knowledge to support their children best as they navigate life’s experiences.

A 12-Week Training That Provides Real-Life Solutions

Acquire New Skills

Through instruction, demonstration, role-play, and feedback, parents are trained to use individualized intervention practices.

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Decrease Interfering Behaviors

Parent-implemented intervention facilitates consistent management of mild to moderate problem behaviors in the home and social settings.

Build Learning Opportunities

Parent training focuses on using behavior skills training to teach parents and caregivers how to build learning opportunities for treatment plan goals.

Arches ABA Therapy for children ages 2-6 with autism in New Orleans, Louisiana
Arches ABA Therapy for children ages 2-6 with autism in New Orleans, Louisiana

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is a good fit for parent training services?

Parent training services are offered to families waiting for comprehensive services (30+ hours per week of in-clinic therapy), families that do not qualify for early intervention services due to age requirements or time restrictions, or families that have previously received early intervention services and need assistance with generalization of skills to other settings.

Who provides the service?

A BCBA provides all parent training services with both child and parent present throughout the duration of the appointment. It is recommended that a consistent parent is present for all parent training sessions to remain consistent with goals and aid in transferring skills to other caretakers. Other parents/caregivers are welcome to participate in the case that this will benefit the child to learn skills and techniques.

Are parent training services covered by insurance?

Arches ABA Therapy accepts Medicaid and a variety of private insurances. Arches will verify your coverage and benefits for parent training services and will submit for authorization of services.

When will parent training appointment times occur?

Parent and child will attend parent training sessions twice per week for a 90-minute appointment with weekly services occurring for 12 consecutive weeks. Parents are required to commit to a full 12-week program to receive services; the purpose of this commitment is to ensure progress with goals and ongoing necessary coaching. Appointment times will remain consistent for the entire 12-week duration.

What does parent training services at Arches ABA Therapy entail?

Parent training focuses on using behavior skills training to teach parents and caregivers how to build learning opportunities for treatment plan goals. Recommended skills for parent training services include but are not limited to cooperating with simple tasks, increasing functional communication, increasing social skills, and targeting independent daily living skills.

Parent-implemented intervention facilitates early initiation of intervention, provides continual opportunities for learning in various situations, aids in the generalization of skills, and promotes consistent management of mild to moderate problem behaviors. Parents are trained through instruction, demonstration, role-play, and feedback to use individualized intervention practices with their child to help acquire new skills and/or decrease interfering behaviors associated with ASD.

Here’s How to Get Started:

1- Fill out the Form To get started, we just need a few details about your child. Once we have received that, we will contact you with information about the next steps.

2- Attend Parent Training Classes You and your child will attend parent training sessions twice weekly for 12 weeks.

3- Learn Essential Tools Increase communication, social skills, and independent daily living skills with your child.

Parent training for parents with children who have been diagnosed with autism