ABA parent training curriculum is something that a lot of ABA professionals (BCBAs, etc.) must develop individually. This is acceptable standard of practice and is like other fields in which a service is being provided to an individual for the goal of improving some sort of skill or deficit in the individual’s repertoire.
ABA parent training curriculum can have various characteristics. This curriculum can also be implemented in various contexts or modalities. ABA parent training curriculum may be implemented in a client's home, in the community, in an office setting or even via telepractice services. One study completed ABA parent training curriculum remotely to help families who lived in rural areas (Heitzman-Powell, et. al., 2013). In this study, they improved parents’ knowledge of ABA and parents’ ability to implement ABA strategies with children significantly. They also saved thousands of service provider miles saving the company and the employees money and time.
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