Information Resources

for Parents

Information Resources

for Parents

We understand the importance for parents and families to have access to relevant information about treatments, opportunities, and community gatherings. Resources are listed below for you to browse, whether you have already begun ABA services or are considering becoming a client. We have handpicked studies, videos, webinars, and community groups for you and your family to learn more about what we ​offer.

We understand the importance for parents and families to have access to relevant information about treatments, opportunities, and community gatherings. Resources are listed below for you to browse, whether you have already begun ABA services or are considering becoming a client. We have handpicked studies, videos, webinars, and community groups for you and your family to learn more about what we ​offer.

Download this brochure if you are wondering what to expect from ABA therapy at our agency.


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Our bill of Rights

UNDERSTANDING CLIENT'S RIGHTS AND RESPONSABILITIES IS EXTREMLY IMPORTANT. WE PROVIDE ALL THE DATA YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW AND INVITE YOU TO CAREFULLY READ THE INFORMATION BELOW.

If you believe that your rights have been violated,
PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY.

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If you believe that your rights have been violated,
PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY.

Contact Us

To know more and keep the information
DOWNLOAD IT HERE

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Privacy notice

Privacy is essential to every person and family, we fill you in with all details you need to know, guaranteeing to be exceptionally cautious with this topic and safeguard all clients’ safety, comfort and information.

Privacy notice

Privacy is essential to every person and family, we fill you in with all details you need to know, guaranteeing to be exceptionally cautious with this topic and safeguard all clients’ safety, comfort and information.

Client / Legal Guardian / Parent Rights

Our Legal Duties

To know more and keep the information
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Client / Legal Guardian / Parent Rights

Our Legal Duties

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Child Abuse and Neglect



Arizona law requires any individual who suspects that a child has received non-accidental injury or has been neglected to report their concerns to DCS or local law enforcement (ARS §13-3620.A). In compliance with this law, all ABS employees are required to report any suspected case of child abuse, abandonment or neglect by calling the toll free Arizona Child Abuse Hotline at 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445), and reporting this information to a peace officer or to Department of Child Safety.
For more information please refer to the following documents:
Child Welfare Signs and
Symptoms of Abuse (PDF)
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Child Abuse and Neglect
Caregivers (PPT)
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In addition, by following the link below you will be able to go deeper into the topic focused on children with disabilities:

In addition, by following the link below you will be able to go deeper into the topic focused on children with disabilities:

Child Abuse and Neglect

At American Behavioral Solutions, the safety and well-being of our clients are top priorities. As mandated reporters, our providers are legally required to report any suspicions or evidence of abuse, abandonment, neglect, or exploitation of vulnerable individuals by calling the toll-free Child help National Child Abuse Hotline and reporting this information to a peace officer or the Department of Child Safety.


​TO REPORT CALL:

NATIONAL

800-422-4453

(Childhelp Hotline)




MASSACHUSETTS

800-792-5200

(Child-at-Risk Hotline)




ARIZONA

888-767-2445

(Child Abuse Hotline)




FLORIDA

800-962-2873

(Abuse Hotline)




For additional details and comprehensive information please download our ABS brochure


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Child Abuse and Neglect

Child Abuse and Neglect

At American Behavioral Solutions, the safety and well-being of our clients are top priorities. As mandated reporters, our providers are legally required to report any suspicions or evidence of abuse, abandonment, neglect, or exploitation of vulnerable individuals by calling the toll-free Child help National Child Abuse Hotline and reporting this information to a peace officer or the Department of Child Safety.


TO REPORT CALL:

NATIONAL:
1-800-422-4453

(Childhelp Hotline)

ARIZONA:
1-888-767-2445

(Child Abuse Hotline)

MASSACHUSETTS:
1-800-792-5200

(Child-at-Risk Hotline)

FLORIDA:
1-800-962-2873

(Abuse Hotline)

For additional details and comprehensive information please download our ABS brochure


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Descargar
Arizona law requires any individual who suspects that a child has received non-accidental injury or has been neglected to report their concerns to DCS or local law enforcement (ARS §13-3620.A). In compliance with this law, all ABS employees are required to report any suspected case of child abuse, abandonment or neglect by calling the toll free Arizona Child Abuse Hotline at 1-888-SOS-CHILD (1-888-767-2445), and reporting this information to a peace officer or to Department of Child Safety.
For more information please refer to the following documents:
Child Welfare Signs and
Symptoms of Abuse (PDF)
Download
Child Abuse and Neglect
Caregivers (PPT)

Download

In addition, by following the link below you will be able to go deeper into the topic focused on children with disabilities:

​​Learn More

Studies
  • Efficacy of ABA
    Interventions
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  • Efficacy of ABA
    Interventions
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Videos


Autism
What we know

By: Lisa Jhones



Applied Behavior
Analysis: ABA

By: Lisa Jhones


Webinars

The Autism Research Institute provides free webinars that cover a broad range of topics within autism. The link can be found here: Autism Webinars | Autism Research Institute.

COMMUNITY
We understand how important it is to feel supported in your community. Below are some support groups in your area and online, also links to valuable institutions.

Support groups


Organizations

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Ready to connect

with our   ABA team?

Send us a message

Learn More

Studies
  • Efficacy of ABA Interventions
Download
  • Efficacy of ABA Interventions
Download
Parent Training Presentations
Videos


Autism
What we know

By: Lisa Jhones



Applied Behavior
Analysis: ABA

By: Lisa Jhones


Webinars

The Autism Research Institute provides free webinars that cover a broad range of topics within autism. The link can be found here: Autism Webinars | Autism Research Institute.

COMMUNITY
We understand how important it is to feel supported in your community. Below are some support groups in your area and online, also links to valuable institutions.

Support groups


Organizations

ABA Icon

Ready to connect

with our ABA team?

Send us a message