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Intro to RDI® – An Online Course

The typically prescribed behavioral therapy models are not based on child development and are not designed to help a child or teen achieve independence.

With a heavy focus on scripting and rote memorization, they are setting the bar low and telling parents (maybe without even knowing it) to accept very little for their children.

Think about this, the more external motivation is emphasized, the more obstructions and obstacles to the development of intrinsic motivation happen. And without intrinsic motivation being developed your child may become successful in the clinical autism world (graduating from their ABA program) but never successful in the real world.

So, what is the alternative to the status quo? An intervention model that is based on child development.

RDI® is an intervention of gradually rebuilding the foundations of the Guiding Relationship that have been affected by autism. This does not happen by “getting” a child to do something, but by teaching parents how to create customized experiences over a period of years that focus on activating growth seeking, building intrinsic motivation, and giving the child the mental and emotional abilities that we all count on to survive this dynamic world.

This course will:

  • Educate you about the developmental gaps that occur when someone lives with autism – especially in early childhood
  • Educate you about Relationship Development Intervention, Dynamic Intelligence and how this intervention model fills in the gaps that have been previously missed
  • Give you a chance to learn more about RDI®, connect with a consultant and ask questions

Online intro course details:

  • July 11th, 2024
  • 9AM – 2PM (US-CST)
  • Cost: $99 (USD)

To Register for this course, click here

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Jul 11 2024


9:00 am - 2:00 pm




Online via Zoom

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