Submit Your Experiences and Help Us Better Understand ABA in Australia!
Submit Your Experiences and Help Us Better Understand ABA in Australia! Click on the image above to access the survey.
One of the main aims of this research is to listen and respond to the voices of families who have one or more family members who are currently participating in an ABA-based program, and providers and therapists who are involved in the supervision and delivery of ABA-based programs. The information you provide will help us identify barriers that families face when attempting to access and fund ABA-based programs, and how the professional practice of ABA in Australia could be improved.
This research has been approved by Monash University’s Human Research Ethics Committee (Project #22580).
As we navigate these changing times, we want you to know our organisation is here to help. Our role as an autism peak body is to support families and to connect the ABA community. We will continue to do this during, and beyond the Corona Virus pandemic.
To support our community during these times ABIA has a range of free supports. There are information packs for parents and GPs, online learning resources for educators, our podcast series (which includes a recently released relaxation/mindfulness audio), and a telephone support line 03 9830 0677. See below for more great resources!
ABA training continues to be available online for parents, therapists, and educators. The ABIA office is currently not open to the public however please contact us if you need training, information and support services. We are here to help.