If you have logged onto this site, it is most likely as a result of your experience with, or interest in educating children with autism using principles of ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis).
My son began a home-based ABA program soon after an official diagnosis was given at the age of 4 ½ years. Although the estimated costs of implementing the home-based ABA program was high (approximately $54 000/year), I refused to allow this to be a barrier to providing a proven effective treatment for my son. However, cost saving strategies would be implemented where possible.
Having the experience of creating and searching for ABA resource materials for his program, and recognizing that materials, if available, were costly and limited, it became obvious that a specific site was needed to provide parents the opportunity to obtain ABA resource materials at an affordable cost, and where possible, at no charge to the parents.
Please feel free to navigate this site and download free resource materials. Check out the message board for posting a job or finding therapists. Peruse the store for unique affordable educational materials that are specifically designed for ABA programs.
ABA Educational Resources Ltd. is committed to be a leading edge website providing practical resource materials for families and professionals using educational strategies for children with autism. Our goal is to facilitate the delivery ABA services to families through the provision of resource materials at a free and/or affordable cost.
ABA Educational Resources is a resource site. The resources on this site should not be used to replace the specialized training and professional judgment of a health care or mental health care professional. Any information on this website is gathered by a parent with experience running a home treatment program for her child with Autism. ABA Educational Resources cannot be held responsible for the use of the information provided. Please always consult a trained mental health professional before making any decision regarding treatment of your child or a child you are working with. Any change in your child’s treatment, therapy, or educational plan should be discussed with the appropriate professional. ABA Educational Resources links to many sites. We do not control the information on those sites or make any representations as to their accuracy.