Given the complexity of Autism Spectrum Disorder and the challenges parents face, it is often beneficial and even necessary for them to implement intervention strategies in the home or community. Direct parent involvement has become widely accepted as part of a total autism intervention program (Iovannone, Dunlap, Huber, & Kincaid, 2003; Levy, Kim, & Olive, 2006; National Research Council, 2001). Research has demonstrated that when parents serve as active participants in their child’s treatment, positive results are obtained (e.g. Aldred, Green, & Adams, 2004; McConachie, Randle, Hammal, & Le Couteur, 2005; Symon, 2005).