Russia’s war on Ukraine has displaced millions. For autistic children this resulted in the loss of services based on applied behavior analysis (ABA). To develop a model of culturally competent, high-efficacy, family-centered, and fidelity driven ABA services for displaced Ukrainian families in Czechia, this study piloted a package teaching caregivers to build skills with their autistic children. Using a multiple probe design, practitioners collaboratively selected targets, lectured, and held coaching sessions. Results demonstrated that the program was socially valid, contributed to parental skill gains, and in a broader context can serve as a foundation for future work serving refugee families. © 2024 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.

DOI: 10.1080/07317107.2024.2317131
ISSN: 07317107