Special Learning Provides Virtual Educational Opportunity through New Online ABA Training Program

November 26, 2013

Unique online training program provides comprehensive training in providing Applied Behavior Analysis treatment to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental disabilities.

Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) November 26, 2013

Special Learning Inc., the leading global provider of mobile technology applications and educational resources for the special needs community, introduced today its newest service for the global Autism and special needs community, the SL ABA Online Training program. This newest service is designed to provide comprehensive training to the global community in the techniques of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, a highly successful evidence-based treatment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Led by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and highly trained behavior therapists, the virtual ABA training program provides training on implementing the teaching methods of ABA.

“ABA therapy is proven to have the highest rate of success in mainstreaming students with ASD,” said Karen Chung, Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “We are pleased to offer an easily accessible and affordable online program that provides training for parents, teachers and caregivers interested in implementing ABA treatment with individuals with ASD.”

Special Learning is offering the online training program as a convenient way for people to access quality training in the principles and procedures of ABA using easily accessible video conferencing tools, internet-based and mobile app platforms. The course is divided up into six sessions running concurrently for six weeks and is offered in both live and recorded formats. Topics covered include an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder, ABA teaching methods, teaching new skills, data collection strategies, using reinforcement, and managing behavior. Participants enrolling in the course will be assessed upon the conclusion of each topical session and will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course.

The SL ABA Online Training program is third in a growing list of new services being offered by Special Learning to provide more convenient access to quality services for families and individuals affected by ASD around the globe. With the recent launch of its ABA Virtual Consultation Assessment and Treatment (V-CAT) program and ABA Gap program, Special Learning continues to live up to its mission of providing superior educational solutions for the Autism and special needs community.

To register for the SL ABA Online Training program or to obtain more information, interested candidates can visit http://www.special-learning.com/aba_online_training, or write to: jroumeliote(at)special-learning(dot)com.

To obtain additional information about the SL ABA V-CAT program or SL ABA GAP program, visit http://www.special-learning.com/services.

For more information about how Special Learning provides educational materials and support to the Autism and special needs community visit http://www.special-learning.com.

About Special Learning, Inc.

Special Learning is the leading global provider of autism and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) solutions. Special Learning designs mobile applications and educational resources based on clinical evidence-based research to ensure that every person diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is capable of attaining an abundant and fulfilling life. Through its comprehensive web portal, Special Learning provides the global autism community with a range of ABA training and educational products, web-based and downloadable tools and professional services to empower parents, teachers and providers so that they can help individuals with autism move up the skills spectrum intuitively, successfully and affordably. Follow Special Learning on Facebook and Twitter.

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