At Motiva Learning, we understand the unique challenges that parents face when raising children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other learning challenges. We often hear parents express feelings of uncertainty and the fear that their actions might trigger challenging behaviors in their children. It's a common sentiment: "I feel like I am walking on eggshells. I worry that whatever I will do next will set my child off."
Working in Partnership
We firmly believe that parents and caregivers are essential partners in fostering positive change in their children's lives. That's why we work closely with parents, coaching them on effective strategies to decrease maladaptive behaviors and promote the development of desired skills. Parents and caregivers play a pivotal role in shaping their children's behavior, making their involvement crucial to our approach.
The Importance of Parent Training
Our services place significant emphasis on providing parent training because, at the end of the day, parents are the ones who spend the most time with their children. We understand that behavioral therapy and parent training go hand in hand in nurturing adaptive and desired skills during the early years.
Small Changes, Big Impact
We've seen how even small changes in parents' behavior can have a profound and immediate effect on their children's learning and communication skills. Our journey begins with an initial assessment, where we learn about parent-child interactions and explore available resources at home that can influence children's progress. This assessment empowers parents to make subtle yet impactful changes that result in positive outcomes.
Your Trusted Partner
Motiva Learning is your trusted partner in guiding you through the journey of helping your child reach their full potential. We are here to provide you with the tools, strategies, and support you need to navigate the challenges and celebrate the successes. Contact us today to discover how our parent training services can make a meaningful difference in your child's development.