Parent-implemented intervention, teaches parents to use individualized intervention practices with their child to help them acquire/increase skills and/or decrease interfering behaviors associated with ASD. This involves a multi-step process that includes determining needs of the family, outlining goals, developing an intervention plan, and training parents to apply the intervention. This module defines each step of the process, discusses procedures and practices, and provides examples to be used as models using this evidence-based intervention.
- What's Included
- 46 pages
- Optional $20 certficate
- Summarize the rationale for using parent-implemented interventions
- Describe the steps involved in utilizing parent-implemented intervention
- Describe the process of developing an individualized intervention plan based on identified goals, family characteristics, and the settings where intervention will occur
- Describe the process of developing, implementing, and monitoring a structured parent training program that is based on the intervention plan and the preferences, characteristics, and concerns of the parents
- Describe the purpose of data collection in planning, developing, implementing, and monitoring parent-implemented intervention
Modules on this site are always free. If you would like proof of completion, you can purchase a certificate when you have successfully completed this module. The certificate will provide contact hours for this module.
Graduate credit for courses is available through OCALI's partnership with Ashland University. Access information about course options and semester dates in the Search.
Continuing education credit from providers such as ASHA and NASW is in progress. For questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important: If you are an Ohio Early Intervention or Early Childhood provider, this module has received the Ohio Approved (OA) Designation.
To receive credit, please enter your Ohio Professional Registry OPIN in your Profile. If you do not know your OPIN, or you need to create one so you receive Ohio-approved training, visit occrra.org. When you have completed an approved module, you will submit it to OCCRRA by following the prompts provided.