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New VB/ABA programme advice please

(4 Posts)
WhatsHisChops Thu 30-Jan-14 18:25:23

Reposted from Special Needs: Children in the hope of getting more traffic....

Hi all, we are in the process of setting up a new VB/ABA programme for our 2.7mth-old boy who has just been diagnosed with ASD.

We are working with Duncan Fennemore, first mtg planned for 10th Feb, and live in Walton on Thames in Surrey.

Am bit swamped by it all tbh, if anyone can give me some tips on getting started and tutor recommendations I'd be so grateful, I have been reading a lot of old threads but am starting to confuse myself flipping back and forth so would help to gather a recent set of info in one place from those who have been there, esp any must dos or even more importantly what not to do!

thanks in advance xx

mompa Tue 04-Feb-14 21:44:57

Hi happy to help if I can. We live in Walton on Thames and have been running programme for over 2years. You can pm me

nmonkandmmonk Mon 10-Feb-14 00:13:37

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

ceydaesen Wed 26-Mar-14 18:10:48

I have a 4 year old autistic son and a 2 year old daughter. very overwhelming as you can imagine !
we searched for some psychology students then went with a company called mindconnection.org.uk to find tutors.

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