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    Develop meaningful
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Elk Grove and how it can make
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What is ABA therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is the treatment of choice for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder who need help learning life skills and who need to reduce harmful behaviors. It is a widely accepted, evidence-based approach tailored to meet each child's unique needs. ABA therapy relies on positive reinforcement techniques and works for children across the autism spectrum.

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Is ABA therapy lengthy?

Lengthy ABA programs are beneficial. Research shows programs offering therapy for one to three years for 10 to 25 hours a week are the most effective. The duration depends on your child's progress and the severity of problems the therapy program addresses.

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Should I have an ABA therapist come to my home?

Parents can opt for in-home therapy, which has many advantages. The program can revolve around the child's daily schedule and he or she can learn skills they need every day. Learning to dress, brush their teeth and communicating with family members is easier at home. Programs based in schools and centers also have their advantages. If there are too many distractions at home, therapy at a center may be more beneficial. Your therapist will discuss your options with you.

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How can I expect applied behavior analysis therapy to help my child?

ABA therapy will help your child with daily living skills, social skills, and learning acceptable behaviors. Your child, depending on their unique challenges, can typically learn to take part in family life and the community at large more easily.

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