Relationship Development Intervention (RDI©) Program - 6 Months
You feel in your heart and soul that you are the key to your child's progress, if only you knew what to do! What you really need is a CLEAR PATH -
- A big picture assessment to discover priorities for your child’s current program
- A developmental curriculum that tells you where your child currently is, and how to get where you want him to be
- Confidence in your parenting ability
- Normal family life and reduced stress
- A clear plan of action that prioritizes immediate goals for your family and gets you out of crisis and into a mode of proactive parenting
- Regular support and encouragement from someone who understands you and your child and will help you stay on track
Relationship Development Intervention (RDI©) is a parent training program designed to restore the natural developmental processes between parent and child and to foster dynamic and flexible problem-solving. The RDI® program helps parents learn to create opportunities for their child to discover for him- or herself the joy of communicating and collaborating with others. Through thoughtfully planned, typical activities that already happen in your family, you will learn to gradually guide your child’s development toward a more typical developmental track by reinstating the communication process that occurs so easily for other children.
If you are ready to commit to creating a brighter future for yourself and your child, this program will provide you the tools to create a holistic and integrated approach to parenting a child with autism!
As an RDI© Client, You’ll Receive:
- Personalized training in planning activities that will help your child improve
- A minimum of two private coaching calls per month with Cindy Bevier
- Complete access to the RDI© online program with training videos, the latest research, parent support group, demonstration videos from other parents, and the collective wisdom of RDI© consultants around the world! Available through Connections Center in Houston, TX
- Support in setting and achieving goals for your child and family
- Optional in-person private family initial assessment (required upon initial program acceptance and recommended annually thereafter), includes written report