Parent-Implemented Interventions: Teaching Social Communication to Children with Autism and Parenting with Positive Behavior Supports

Parent-Implemented Intervention entails parents directly using individualized intervention practices with their child to increase positive learning opportunities and acquisition of important skills. Parents learn to implement such practices in their home and/or community through a structured parent training program.

Eligibility Criteria: 

All families with a child enrolled in the HCOE Infant PALS class for children with autism

How to Enroll: 

Families with a child attending the PALS class have the option to enroll. Contact Shelby Peterson (707) 445-7000.

Population Served: 

Infants/toddlers with an IFSP through the Redwood Coast Regional Center

Child's Age: 

Toddlers 18 months-3 years

Sponsor Name: 
Redwood Coast Regional Center
Co-sponsor Name: 
Humboldt County Office of Education
Contact
Shelby Peterson, B.Ca.B.A
Address: 
901 Myrtle Avenue, Eureka, CA 95501
Phone: 
(707) 445-7000
Fee amount (per class/session): 
No fee
Fee amount (per individual/family): 
No fee
Financial assistance information: 

N/A

Location: 
Eureka

Glen Paul Room #18 and #19

Languages Served: 
English and Spanish
Certificate of Completion: 
Yes
Delivery method

In class play group with individual parent coaching on the topic of the week.

Duration: 
1 hour
Time of Day: 
Mornings (8 a.m. – 11:59 a.m.)
Afternoons (12 p.m. – 4:59 p.m.)

Schedule based on session child is attending.

Frequency: 
Weekly
Class Size: 
Varies based on enrollment
Child care provided: 
Child is in session, no child care available for other children
Meal/Snack Provided: 

No