Parents of children with autism who participated in a virtual program focused on training those parents on teaching applied behavior analysis (ABA) skills reported significant improvements in their use of ABA skills compared to parents in a waitlist control group. The virtual parent training took place over a virtual private network (VPN). The training focused on early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI), an ABA-based treatment approach that targets the core and associated symptoms of autism in young children; the program featured e-learning modules and scripted role‐play. After parents completed the training, their use of EIBI was evaluated using . . .