In the Realworld some things don't go as planned...
That’s why our quality-care model is flexible, easy-going, and family centered. It’s easy to write a multi-page intervention plan with lots of technical and confusing words...
...but we won't make an IMPACT unless we teach, demonstrate, coach, and provide feedback to not only the individual, but their whole family/ circle of care/ community.
Research tells us that our learners LEARN MORE and new skills LAST LONGER when family members are actively involved in creating/ finding opportunities to engage and practice the skills that are targeted for change. It is not enough to KNOW what to do, you must be fluent in the skill when you are emotionally unsettled, distracted, etc.
We have three values at RealWorldABA:
Anyone can learn!
Evidence-based interventions should be fun, natural, and client-centered.
Working with individuals with special needs is a blessing; individuals with special needs belong in our community as valued members.