Little Milestones is a consultancy service in Carlingford that uses a family and person-centered approach to behaviour therapy and intervention. We specialise in disability and child development, helping children and other individuals meet their needs through personalised and tailored programs.
Vidhu completed her masters in Special Education from the University of Northern Colorado in 2018. She is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) and a certified parent trainer. She has been working in the field of behaviour intervention for more than a decade and with people with developmental disabilites between the ages of 18 months up to 18 years. Through her career, her core experience has been in for field of early intervention, predominantly having worked with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD.
Through Little Milestones, Vidhu’s goal is to create a bigger impact in the field of early intervention and help families and children get the right kind of support and guidance as they go through their day to day challenges.
Our Behaviour consultancy services focus on providing individualised, person-centered programs using a strength-based and holistic approach primarily using the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
Although services have primarily been delivered to children with Autism, behaviour therapy has been used to develop individualised plans for various skill deficits well outside the realm of child development.
At little milestones, we know the importance of providing support to parents through the life of the individual, from when they are first diagnosed to throughout the therapy process. Our parent training sessions focus on providing support and empowering parents in the process. Parent training sessions can be provided separately or along with regular behaviour interventions sessions. Speak to the therapist to book this in when needed.
We also provide supervision for students preparing for the BCBA and BCaBA exams. Supervision sessions will focus on skill building, applying the task list and developing ethical practice.