What’s most important is to find treatment that addresses the individual needs of your child. For parents dealing with severe problem behavior, this is even more important.
The most important thing for parents to know is how important it is to provide their child’s BCBA with information about every kind of care the child is receiving even if they think it doesn’t apply to ABA therapy.
Our thoughts on why parents should get their ABA team involved in the IEP process and what parents need to know about advocating for quality, consistent care and education.
We sat down with Lisa Guerrero, M.Ed, BCBA, the Regional Director of Texas for The Autism Therapy Group to talk about how parents can be an active participant in their child’s therapy sessions and the options they have when time and resources are tight.
We asked our clinical team a simple question: “What would YOU ask an ABA provider if one of your loved ones had autism?”