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    Develop meaningful
    social relationships

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Learn more about ABA therapy in
Dublin and how it can make
a difference for your family.

What is ABA therapy?

ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis. It's a therapy for individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) designed to improve socialization, communication and daily living skills. ABA therapists, along with parents, determine what skills a child needs to work on and then they break up each skill into small steps. Children receive a reward for completing each step, thus slowly learning to complete the whole task.

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How long will my child be in ABA therapy?

Therapy is individualized to your child's unique situation. Your boy or girl may receive anywhere from 10 to 30 hours of therapy each week, with ABA programs lasting from one to three years.

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Can my child have ABA therapy at our home?

Your child may have ABA therapy at home, in their school or in a clinic-based setting. Children can learn new skills easier in the natural environment where they will use them. ASD affects all areas of a child's life, so school and center-based therapy also have benefits. Children can learn to interact with classmates and other members of the community in these settings.

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Will ABA therapy give my child an upper hand?

ABA therapy will help your child in many ways. They can learn social skills so they can make friends. Your child will also learn to cope with everyday life better if they have skills they can use to function in society. Your child will have the upper hand when they feel confident about their abilities.

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