Training For Parents

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." Helen Keller

Parent Training

IPP strives to empower parents and families by providing training targeted to teach effective behavior modification techniques. Training series cover an array of topics that are relevant to everyday challenges that parents face. Topics include problem behavior management, verbal behavior, choosing the right therapy, and how to get the most from your child's therapy.

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

Behavior Analysis produces significant, measurable, behavioral outcomes in the fields of rehabilitation, education, and therapy.

Once the consumer, family, caregivers, and staff are trained using a competency-based approach, the behavior reduction program will be implemented. Environmental manipulations could result in immediate behavior changes. The treatment focus will include using positive programming to teach new skills, consistency in service implementation by all caregivers, and could facilitate lasting results for the consumer in their home or with family, caregivers or staff.

Verbal Behavior Training

Verbal Behavior uses established principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to teach language and communication skills to consumers with autism and other developmental disabilities.

Each consumer will undergo a comprehensive assessment using a variety of tools including the ABLLS-R, and a program will be developed to target your consumer's individual needs. An array of experimentally-validated methods are used to increase both expressive and receptive language. These methods include discrete trial, errorless, and natural environmental training.

Daytime and weekend classes are offered. Please call the office for specific times and location.