The Parent-Led Approach to ABA Therapy (feat. Amy Schroeder) S5E2


My guest this week is Amy Jacobs Schroeder, mom of five, and Founder of Happy Ladders. Happy Ladders is a play-based skills curriculum, community, and coaching platform created to empower parents of children with developmental needs, including autism. Amy spent the last two decades providing in-home autism services to families, the latter half focused solely on a parent-led model through her own agency before creating Happy Ladders.

Amy and I have a conversation about the benefits of the parent-led approach to ABA therapy.

About Amy:

She’s also the author of the Parent-Led Revolution (parent-led.com).

To learn more about Amy and Happy Ladders, visithappyladders.com.

Find me at theautismdad.com.

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