ABAlink programs are designed to address all areas of your child’s development.
Following your child’s Assessment, our Program Supervisor constructs an individualised ABA therapy program, finely tailored to target your child’s needs. The program draws on a team of professional therapists with the right combination of skills and experience.[graphic]
Your Program Supervisor creates your child’s ABA program and assesses the progress your child makes. Your Senior Therapist runs weekly therapy sessions with your child and manages your child’s team of therapists. Your Junior Therapists deliver the majority of therapy in your home to the ABA therapy program plan.[INSERT GRAPHIC - Updated pie chart of program structure]
Individual and intensive
Running for 3.0 hours, our ABA sessions are made up of short bursts of work centred around fun activities, play and breaks.
One-on-one sessions at home
Initially, our ABA Senior and Junior therapists work one-on-one with your child within your home, although sessions can take place elsewhere such as at kinder and school.
Clinics are an important part of the program. You and your child’s team evaluate your child’s progress with your Program Supervisor every 4 weeks. This ensures a continuous progression to your child’s goals.
Moving the therapy outside of the home environment is also an important part of your child’s development. They need to be able to transfer the skills learnt within the ABA program to other environments and with other people. A big part of this is being able to cope with the normal distractions in the real world.
Parental involvement is critical
In ABAlink programs, parents or caregivers play a necessary and vital role. Being actively engaged in the process is key to consistency and ultimately success. To empower your involvement, parents participate in our complementary online training after commencing your child’s ABA therapy program.Book in for an Initial Consultation