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Monday, August 8, 2011

If You Choose ABA.

If you chose the ABA path for your ASD child and are on Facebook then please come on down and join us at this group linked to below. Brand new group, started by yours truly. We welcome all. Those who are curious about ABA, have concerns about it, want to ask questions, are starting out their ABA journey, setting up their home for it, wondering about resources, and so on. The more the merrier.

http://www.facebook.com/groups/157649260979612/

10 comments:

  1. for some reason it states this content is unavailable when I click on the link!

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  2. Hi anja, I have made the group secret to protect the privacy of members. If you want to join I am happy to 'friend' you on FB and then add you to the group. You will be most welcome.

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  3. Anja VonschwagerwoodDecember 20, 2011 at 11:55 AM

    that would be so great! Im anja Vonschwagerwood on facebook. Thanks for all your help!

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  4. Hi Anja. I would like to join the secret group on ABA. How can I join?

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    1. Hi Sonya, it's a private group. I would need to know more about your circumstances before admitting you. You can msg me privately.

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    2. Hi Sharon. Thank you for your prompt reply. We are eager to begin ABA therapy for our 3 yr old son who is high functioning.

      We are located in Melbourne - eastern suburbs and have trouble finding a junior ABA therapist. We hope this private group will connect us with therapists or other parents in a similar situation.

      I can't find how to message you privately on here. Can you please advise? Maybe we can connect via email or Facebook.

      Many thanks.

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    3. Hi Sonja, as you'll note this post was written in 2011, we have since graduated out of formal ABA, the the original group was disbanded and there is now another for families ho's children have moved into school years. There are members of the group however I can ask for help with contacting therapists in Melbourne.
      You can message me at revive@iinet.net.au or find me on FB. I'll ask in the group and get back to you.

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    4. Hi Sonja, most people agree universities are great places to find junior therapists. Students doing OT. Speech and Psych are always good. Have you been to ABAI?

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