Parent Consultation

If, at times, you are puzzled by your child' behaviors and wondered what you could do in those circumstances, our behavioral consultation services might be right for you. The goal of our behavioral consultation services is to teach you how to analyze your child's behaviors and what you can do under those circumstances. We want you to learn everything that we know so you don't need us!

Below, you will see the steps for our behavioral consultation process:

  • Clinical staff is scheduled for the first visit to your home
  • Interviews will be conducted by the staff to pinpoint your concerns
  • Direct observations will be conducted on the behavior(s) of concern
  • Recommendations will be provided on what you can do to improve the current situation
  • One or two visits will be scheduled per week to ensure positive changes are occurring
  • Our staff will teach you different behavior techniques during the visits
  • Our clinical staff will start to fade out when your child's behaviors have improved, and that you have learned the necessary behavioral strategies

In addition to in-person consultation, our organization also provide professional and parent consultation globally with the use of different video conferencing software (e.g. Zoom). This consultation model is especially helpful for families who are resided in areas with limited resources and support.

Parent Training Supervision Model
BCBA Supervisor
Parent Trainer
Service TypeWho provides this service?Frequency of Service Type
BCBA SupervisorBCBA Supervisor
Case Manager
Registered Behavior Technician
1 to 2 time per week with 30 to 60 minutes
Teaching Methods Used During Parent Training Sessions
Behavioral Skills Training (BST) Model
Video Modeling
Conceptual Modules
Performance Feedback
Parent Training Topics
Discuss Concepts
Watch Clinically Relevant Videos
Practice Interventions
Receive Feedback
Role Play
Track Data
*ICAN-B will identify a teaching method that works best for parents.

Special Note: Parent Training is required by all funding sources.

Frequently Asked Questions by Parents?

1. Why is Parent Training Important for my child?

Parent Training is a critical component for all ABA Services, as these services are time limited (6-24 months), so having parent participation and involvement increases the likelihood of a successful ABA program. Further, parent training sessions allow parents to learn strategies to further assist their child in expanding their overall skill level. Parents learn important teaching methods that can help their children for a life time.

2. What can I do if work does not permit for me to participate?

ICAN-B will work on identifying times that the parent is available. If there are other caregivers (e.g., grandmother) who take care of the child, then the team advices for active participation as well.

3. Does ICAN-B have group parent training options?

Yes, ICAN-B has options to conduct parent training in groups. Inquire about this option with your assigned supervisor.

If you have more questions about ICAN-B's Parent Training Model, please email at inquiry@ican-b.comTraining and Workshops
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