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Trainers & Educators Love Practical Training Solutions

Our agency has been using Practical Training Solutions services for over 5 Years and we have seen many positive changes happen throughout the years. Personally, I have been working with PTS for about 2 years and to be honest my experience has been great. I have no complaints. The staff is very friendly, helpful and they answer all of my questions big or small. They work hard to make sure that all of our employees and potential employees are trained properly and understand the course material that is being covered .After the course is completed some of our employees will call me and tell me how the instructor keep their attention and how fun the class was. In addition, they also tell me how much they learned and feel more prepared to start work. Over all I have not complaints and neither do our employees. If you are searching for a place to get training in DCW, Article 9, Habilitation or any other classes I highly recommend PTS, they are wonderful.

Rosalind Gutierrez | Staffing Coordinator
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from our Blog

29 Sep

How does ABA stack up?

Positive Behavior Supports (PBS) is a widely known concept and is accepted and practiced by schools district-wide as well as state agencies. As where Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a newer science and is increasing its recognition as well. With the evolution of science and the progression of times, it is important the similarities and […]

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9 May

Autism and Aggression: Intervention Strategies

Aggression in children with autism can take many forms, such as hitting, kicking, scratching, biting or destroying property. A child’s aggression can be directed at self or others, and can be scary for everyone involved. Not every child with autism displays aggression. But for parents and teachers that do have to deal with their child’s […]

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