UGA CABER INSTITUTE
CHIP International's collaboration with the University of Georgia's Center for Autism and Behavioral Education Research (CABER) Institute continued in 2022 with a six-weeks summer telehealth series for 16 families and caregivers. Participants received one-on-one scheduled sessions with BCBA's and doctoral students of UGA CABER to address pressing behavioral issues of their wards, ranging from ADHD, following routines, social misbehavior, to aggression. In addition to the scheduled sessions, telehealth resource persons were available for two hours from Monday to Friday for further consultation as needed.
The program has been immensely beneficial to participating parents and caregivers, and we look forward to extending this collaboration and providing even more opportunities and possible relief to families who urgently need behavioral managment assistance.