She just didn’t get it – and it was my fault!.
And I felt like a failure.
I was shocked when I walked into a clinic room to see one of the BCBA candidates I was working with giving one of the kids a piggy back ride. The learner’s plan included strategies to improve transitions but did not include piggy back rides. More concerning was this learner’s tendency to bite. I told the staff that carrying the child on her back presented an opportunity for the child to bite her and it put unnecessary strain on her back as he was 60 pounds of energy.
She could have been seriously hurt.
When I intervened she gave me her standard response: “I had a plan, you interrupted my plan.”
So did I, but it just wasn’t working!
After that, things escalated. She expressed frustration with my supervision style and I responded by saying that it’s my job to provide feedback and guidance. The conversation, while mostly professional, took a less-than supportive turn. She nearly left our company and I felt completely unable to reach her.
Clearly I needed to make a change. I took a step back, spent time reflecting on research and past supervision experiences and come up with a better plan.
The Problem with Supervision
Because trainees and supervisors are overwhelmed trying to complete their daily tasks and reinforcement for following your advice is neither immediate or certain, the reality is grim:
But that’s not the end of it—the problem’s actually worse than that!
Perhaps worst of all, ABA has developed a reputation for fraudulent billing practices and having a focus on profit over client care. Insurance companies are becoming increasingly skeptical of requests for a large number of direct service hours and your trainees’ clients’ insurance coverage is at risk if sufficient progress isn’t made during services. This makes effective supervision more important than ever.
Traditional supervision is time-consuming to prepare for, or worse, just doesn’t work – and your reputation is on the line!
But luckily for you, there’s now a solution to your challenges with supervision. Introducing the RISE Supervision Curriculum which provides you:
But, I’m getting ahead of myself. Hi, my name is Amelia Dalphonse. By now, you’re probably wondering…who am I and how can I make these claims?
What’s Included with the RISE Supervision Curriculum?
The RISE Supervision Curriculum provides a complete, unique, actionable curriculum to foster a partnership with trainees that leads to more effective instruction and a willingness to use follow through on your guidance.
WITH THE RISE SUPERVISION CURRICULUM YOU GET:
Act now, and you can get the RISE Supervision Curriculum for less than half price – plus get 8 exclusive bonuses!
Because I want each of you to feel the excitement – and the relief – that comes with fixing the problems with effective supervision, I’m offering the RISE Supervision Curriculum for a special price! But I don’t know how long I’ll keep this discount in place so order NOW!
Choose the RISE Supervision Curriculum Format that’s Right for You!
The paper format is perfect for reviewing 1-on-1 with trainees during supervision sessions and for trainees who are less tech savvy. Consider ordering a copy for trainees to take home with them!
Not in the US? Check here to see if we can ship to your location.
The PDF format is perfect for trainees who are able to work more independently. Give them a copy to review prior to supervision sessions so they are prepared with questions!
Our online version of the RISE Supervision Curriculum allows parents to log in to watch videos related to each lesson, take quizzes and access assignments online.
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