PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS

Assessing Skills With ABLLS-R® and AFLS®

Assessing Skills With ABLLS-R® and AFLS®

Regardless of whether your child has been diagnosed with autism or you have a close relationship with an adult who has a developmental delay, you ...
Developing A Plan to Teach Useful Skills

Developing A Plan to Teach Useful Skills

When you know someone who has been diagnosed with autism or another developmental delay, you want to do everything you can to help that person dev...
What Is WebABLLS? Intuitive Progress Tracking & More

What Is WebABLLS? Intuitive Progress Tracking & More

Do you wonder which skills your child needs to learn next? Would you like to have a program that can give you the specific individualized skills t...
Autism Education For Parents: Why We Shouldn’t Simply Leave It To The Professionals

Autism Education For Parents: Why We Shouldn’t Simply Leave It To The Professionals

When facing the prospect of formulating a plan of action to teach skills to individuals with developmental delays, one of the most common difficu...
Learning to Motivate, Motivating to Learn - A New Book By James W. Partington, Ph.D., BCBA-D and Scott Partington, M.A., BCBA

Learning to Motivate, Motivating to Learn - A New Book By James W. Partington, Ph.D., BCBA-D and Scott Partington, M.A., BCBA

All of us at Partington Behavior Analysts, are pleased to announce the next publication in The Teach Your Children Well Series. “Learning to Motiva...
Teaching language skills to your child at the dinner table

Teaching language skills to your child at the dinner table

While many skills are taught in a highly structured learning environment (for example, a worktable), it is advantageous to also teach skills during...
Teaching an individual with autism to be flexible

Teaching an individual with autism to be flexible

Does your child with autism cry or begin to have a tantrum when a routine needs to be altered?  Do you want to teach your child to remain calm and ...
“Reinforcement didn’t work!”

“Reinforcement didn’t work!”

It is not uncommon for practitioners to refer to the concept of reinforcement, especially as it relates to skill development as part of an Assessme...
Teach your child with autism to enjoy interacting with others

Teach your child with autism to enjoy interacting with others

Does your child with autism spend most of his time on his own, disengaged with others?  Would you like to see your child approach and interact with...
It’s not always good to ignore behavior!

It’s not always good to ignore behavior!

Many parents of children with autism that we’ve worked with over the years, have told us that they try to reduce tantrums and other problem behavio...
“I do NOT want to use edibles as Reinforcers!!”

“I do NOT want to use edibles as Reinforcers!!”

We have definitely heard this from many of the parents that we’ve worked with over the years.  On the surface, it’s easy to see where they are comi...
How to evaluate treatment options and therapeutic strategies for children with autism

How to evaluate treatment options and therapeutic strategies for children with autism

Many parents with children with autism try to seek out the best treatment options and resources for their child.  Companies and professionals alike...
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