We supervise both parents and professionals. We supervise both indirectly (talk about how to do) and directly (coaching in actual situations). We often switch between indirect and direct supervision. We strive to help you with practical strategies that work as often as possible.
Supervision regarding children with autism
We often supervise parents and educators in skills training for children with autism. We meet together, both parents, children and, if possible, preschool staff. The supervision consists of finding focus areas together, our supervisor shows how to perform the training and parents and educators get to train the child with direct coaching from the supervisor.
We do not provide the service of training with your child several hours a week, like a behavior technician. We help you set up programs and supervise those who meet the child on a daily basis. Those who train many hours a week are usually parents and teachers. In this way, you can give training to the child at a lower cost, in the child's natural environment.
Parents and preschools often turn to us for this type of supervision when, for various reasons, it is not possible to cooperate with the habilitation. We also have courses for preschool staff and parents who want to get started with skills training.
School- and preschool supervision
In supervision regarding the school and student health, we reflect together on several levels, starting with the general classroom environment.
- Which educationall and psychological strategies would increase the chances that more people in this particular class will be able to contribute to a good studying climate?
- What accomodations and special support are then needed?
- What skills would benefit the student?
We have competency in positive behavioral supports (PBS), applied behavior analysis (ABA) and in neurodevelopmental disorders like autism and ADHD. We always focus on how the environment affects behavior.
Taking both academic and social challenges into account
We focus both on how we can increase the student's opportunities to cope with the academic requirements in the classroom and how we can reduce possible problem behaviors. It is our responsibility to create a good study environment, not to teach students to accept an environment that is too challenging. Contact us if your organization is interested in supervision.