AdobeStock_244031444.jpeg

ABA Staff Training Services

Are you looking for a structure quality training for your school staff?

 

Look no further than training we offer by our master’s and doctorate level Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA). Our trainings are offered in a prepackaged training plan or can be customized to your individual needs. We encourage you to learn more about our trainings, so contact us now to learn more. We highly recommend having staff take the full sequence of courses from beginning to end or at least beginning with the level that the least experienced attending person will be. 

 

Please note that each pre packaged training is $400 and is approximately 2 hours long, but is not capped to the number of participants and includes all preparation costs. On site trainings are available, so please contact us if you would like to find out more about this service. We have highlighted some of the topics of each training for your reference. Trainings typically occur live and are done via video conferencing that includes interactive discussions. These trainings are perfect for special education teachers, instructional assistants, bus drivers, bus aides, related services staff, and others. 

 

Pre Packaged Trainings (Autism):

Intro to Autism (Level 1)

  • Learn about the history of Autism

  • The diagnostic criteria for having Autism

  • What is Autism and what it is not

  • What qualifies a child to have Autism for school

  • Learn about common symptoms and behaviors of children with Autism

  • Learn common myths, assumptions and misconceptions about Autism

  • Why are children with Autism so different from each other

  • Q & A session

 

Beginning Learner to Autism (Level 2)

  • General beginner tips & suggestions for working with children with Autism

  • Beginning strategies for working and communicating with parents of children with Autism

  • Beginning information and knowledge regarding IDEA, Section 504, FERPA, and applicable laws to assist in prevention of legal issues.

  • Setting up the work area and classroom to benefit the learner and staff

  • What to do differently for a child with Autism in common situations

  • How to help others understand Autism

  • What are some of the profiles of Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Q & A session

 

Intermediate Learner to Autism (Level 3)

  • General Intermediate tips & suggestions for working with children with Autism

  • Intermediate strategies for working and communicating with parents of children with Autism

  • Intermediate information and knowledge regarding IDEA, Section 504, FERPA, and applicable laws to assist in prevention of legal issues.

  • How to setting up areas outside the classroom to benefit the learner and staff

  • What to do differently for a child with Autism in difficult situations

  • How to communicate and share information with others to better understand Autism

  • What are all of the profiles of Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Case examples of students with Autism

  • Q & A session

 

Advanced Learner to Autism (Level 4)

  • Advanced tips & suggestions for working with children with Autism, including real life student examples and discussion

  • Advanced strategies for working and communicating with parents of children with Autism

  • Advanced information and knowledge regarding IDEA, Section 504, FERPA, and applicable laws to assist in prevention of legal issues.

  • How to assist others setting up areas outside the classroom to benefit the learner and staff

  • How to setup and assist learners with Autism on the bus, at recess and out field trips

  • What to do for a child with Autism in difficult situations that will include real life student examples and discussions

  • Fluently communicating and sharing information with others to better understand Autism

  • In depth understanding of the different profiles of Autism Spectrum Disorder to know what to expect and strategies to best address these students

  • Interactive case examples of students with Autism as well as final tips and suggestions of real life case examples.

  • Q & A session

 
Pre Packaged Trainings (ABA):

Intro to ABA (Level 1)

  • Learn about the history of ABA

  • What is ABA and what it is not

  • ABA vs TEACCH and other strategies (Optional topic)

  • Learn common myths, assumptions and misconceptions about ABA

  • Learn how ABA can help school staff as well as students

  • Learn about common behaviors of children with Autism

  • What is a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) and why it is important

  • What is a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) and why it is important

  • Language and its importance

  • Q & A session

 

Beginning Learner to ABA (Level 2)

  • What are the reasons for problem behavior

  • Things we do inadvertently to make problem behavior worse

  • Common strategies for each reason of behavior

  • Types of Reinforcement and why they are important

  • How to determine reinforcement for each student

  • How to use reinforcement within classroom and a school setting

  • Punishment-what is means and if it is needed

  • Strategies to keep kids focused and on tasks

  • Prompting strategies to help get the results you want

  • Q&A session

 

Intermediate Learner to ABA (Level 3)

  • Behavior interventions for before problem behavior occurs

  • Behavior interventions for when problem behavior occurs

  • Behavior interventions for after problem behavior ends

  • How to easily take data, analyze it and make decisions

  • How is my behavior affecting my student(s)

  • Strategies other than reinforcement or punishment to change behavior

  • Legal and ethical implication of behavior intervention

  • Q & A session

 

Advanced Learner to ABA (Level 4)

  • Advanced data collection procedures, analyzing and decision making

  • Using multiple behavior interventions 

  • Using multiple reinforcement procedures

  • Staff working together is a classroom using ABA

  • Teaching learning to learn skills (ex. Waiting, raising hand, staying on task)

  • Writing IEP goals that include strategies learned within these trainings

  • How to easily implement these strategies within your classroom

  • Breaking down and teaching daily living skills

  • How to implement strategies outside of the classroom (Ex. Lunch, recess, bus, etc…)

  • Advanced Q & A session

 

Customized Trainings

Sometimes training needs to be specific for a select group of student(s), staff or even for legal reasons. We offer customized training for each of these topics and do an initial intake questionnaire to custom design a training session for your needs. These trainings are often specific to the individual needs of a student, a specific training area for staff members, or even part of a legal settlement or Due process requirement. The rates are the same for this service, but time commitment will vary based upon your needs. We welcome the opportunity to create a customized training for you today, so contact us today to find out more. 

Get started.

It's easy, fast and secure.

Employment:

 

Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) interested in working with our company can submit their resumes at Employment@ABATeleHealth.org

All information provided is protected by Federal HIPAA and/or FERPA laws and other applicable regulations

© 2020 Copyright ABA TeleHealth.

  • White Facebook Icon
  • Instagram

(239) 354-7951

Corporate Mailing Address:

8 The Green, Suite R, Dover, DE 19901