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Parent Training and Advocacy

At Sami's Angels ABA we strive to provide the most amount of services possible to help empower autistic children and their families.

Parent Training

Importance of ABA therapy training for parents

At our practice, we provide parent training sessions with Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) to ensure comprehensive coordination of care. During these sessions, BCBAs will consult with families on ongoing issues related to treatment, provide skill building instructions, develop strategies for behavior management, and even help parents create individualized programs tailored to their child's specific needs.


Parent training is essential for mastering the complexities associated with applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy. ABA focuses on changing behaviors by breaking it down into smaller components that are taught through rewards-based systems. This type of therapy requires a lot of dedication from both the therapist and parents who are responsible for providing reinforcement at home. Parent training provides guidance on ways to implement ABA effectively while also understanding how the environment affects behavior and can be used to shape new behaviors.


Our experienced BCBAs strive to empower families through education and understanding so they can properly support their children through proper implementation of ABA therapy. We specialize in providing both in-person or virtual parent training as well as educational courses designed specifically for parents facing challenges related to their children's disorders or disabilities.


Parent training is a powerful resource that can help families better understand their child’s unique needs and learn how best to support them during this difficult time. With our supportive BCBAs by your side, you'll have access to valuable resources and professional advice tailored specifically for your family’s individual situation.

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Advocacy Sevices
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Advocacy Services

Autism is a complex disability that requires a unique approach to advocacy. Sami’s Angels ABA Services offers specialized, person-centered advocacy services tailored to meet the needs of individuals with autism and their families.


At Sami’s Angels, we understand that every individual and family has different needs, so we strive to provide personalized assistance in order for individuals and families to access the resources they need to lead an improved quality of life. Our advocates are dedicated to ensuring that each client receives comprehensive care and understanding while navigating the difficult process of accessing appropriate services for their autistic family member.


Sami's Angels utilizes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy as one of our primary strategies for advocating on behalf of autistic children. ABA therapy is used to identify problem behavior, analyze it, develop strategies, and evaluate progress over time. ABA therapy can be used in combination with other treatments such as speech therapy or occupational therapy, as well as lifestyle modifications like diet changes. Through ABA therapy techniques like positive reinforcement, social skills training, or self-regulation exercises, we help children with autism build effective communication skills and navigate various situations more effectively.


At Sami's Angels ABA Services, our goal is to empower autistic children and their families by providing them with the knowledge and support they need to live better lives. We work hard at educating the community about autism through awareness campaigns and events that promote acceptance for those living with autism spectrum disorder. We are passionate about creating inclusive environments where everyone feels accepted and respected regardless of their differences!

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Autism Spectrum Disorder can be overwhelming. We want to help support you and your child.

Let us help empower your child, reach out to us today!

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