Our Services

We offer

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA Therapy)

Social Skills Training

Autism Parent Training

Staff Supervision & Support

Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Training for Staff

Parent Training

 

Helping Hands ABA offers parent training because family support is essential. We work closely with each family to create individualized treatment plans, which helps teach the skills each child needs to live a happy and healthy life. Our training program introduces evidence-based treatment in child development that can help your child improve in so many ways. As part of our training, your knowledge on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) will increase greatly, which will empower you to work more efficiently and effectively in the home and the outside world. This newly acquired knowledge can help your child improve communication, encourage positive behavior, improve social development, and coordinate care. We will provide parental support to specifically educate you on improving skills and behaviors based on your child’s diagnosis.

We will provide the high-quality services you deserve in your home, with ongoing supervision from New York Licensed Behavior Analysts. We can also help family members deal with the stress of coping with the many challenges that exist with ASD. We offer one-to-one in-home parent training, as well as parental support groups. What’s more, this essential training and support will be available to you as part of the Applied Behavior Analysis program.

Our training program covers

 

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Care Coordination

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Psychoeducation & Parent-Mediated Interventions for Core Symptoms

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Parent-Mediated Interventions for Maladaptive Behaviors

Staff Supervision and Support

Our home-based providers are either credentialed through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) as Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) or are pursuing an advanced certification as either behavior analysts or assistant behavior analysts. Our service providers gain valuable hands-on experience in skill acquisition and the implementation of behavioral programming. Our home-based providers receive on-going training and supervision by our team of BCBAs and attend monthly group collaboration trainings on professionalism, assessments, behavior management, teaching procedures, cultural diversity, and sensitivity, and many more.

Social Skills

We offer social skills training in small and large groups. Social skills training focuses on rules and behaviors that help individuals interact with one another.

Some examples of social skills include:

● Initiating conversations
● Greetings
● Appropriate eye contact
● How to behave in specific social and community settings
● Understanding emotions and facial expressions
● Gestures and body language
● Assertiveness
● Empathy

Social Skill training programs will vary significantly based on age and level of functioning. The Behavior Analyst will work with your family to determine the appropriate social skills to target. Social skills programs are individualized to meet the needs of your child.

Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Training

Helping Hands ABA offers the RBT training that follows the Registered Behavior Technician™ Task List 2nd Edition and is designed to meet the 40-hour training requirement for the RBT™ credential. The workshop series are conducted either in person, over Zoom, or through our online RBT course.
How to become a Registered Behavior Technician:

1. Complete the 40 hours of RBT training.

2. Take and pass the RBT Competency Assessment.

3. Take and pass the RBT Exam.

4. Have a BCBA supervisor who will oversee your work.

5. Be 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or higher.

6. Pass a criminal background check.

To register for our upcoming RBT workshop series or to find out more information on pricing and dates, please fill out this form.

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