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Parents and families provide the primary and most enduring support for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. We empower families by guiding parents as they teach their children essential skills of daily living. By enlisting parents' active participation within the unique context of their family's daily life yields rapid and robust results while instilling them with greater confidence as they pursue the continued fulfillment of their child's potential.
We formed Intervention Fundamentals in 2014 to provide high-intensity outcome-based training to parents of children with autism and other developmental disabilities. Our interventions target essential skill development in four functional areas: toilet training, communication, feeding, and sleeping. While we specialize in serving families whose children have struggled to achieve functional independence within the context of conventional supports, we also have worked with families whose children have only recently received a diagnosis. No matter what their age, the skills families and their children acquire during our intensive training provide a positive foundation for future learning and skill development.
We have over 30 years of combined experience working with individuals with autism and other disabilities. We have worked in schools, homes, and community programs with children from 18 months to 21 years old. Since forming Intervention Fundamentals, our work has focused on training parents as they teach their children skills that increase their child's functional independence and improve the overall quality of life for the entire family. We also engage local organizations and families by presenting workshops that address toileting, sleeping, communication, and feeding issues related to individuals with autism and other disabilities.