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What is ABA therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is a method of improving or changing targeted behaviors in individuals (mostly children) with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other development disorders. The therapy teaches children how to manage complicated tasks by breaking them down into manageable steps. It has been scientifically proven to improve behaviors like communicating needs, waiting, making friends, asking for assistance, following instructions and focusing on a task.

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How long is an ABA therapy program?

The length of time needed for ABA therapy varies significantly from child to child. Intensive ABA services generally consist of one to three years of services that address a wide range of skill areas. Focused ABA services usually take 10-25 hours and address a limited range of skill areas. The type of therapy that your child undergoes will depend on the extent of his or her needs.

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Can ABA therapy be accomplished at home?

Studies indicate that this therapy is most effectively done at home, school and within the community. When behaviors are addressed within the natural environment in which they are occur, the child is more likely to obtain the skills necessary to succeed.

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Why will ABA therapy help my child?

If your child has communication, social, adaptive living and behavior issues that make it difficult to function in daily life, then ABA therapy could be a good choice for your child. This therapy will help your child learn the skills necessary to interact independently within his or her normal environments.

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