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Fremont and how it can make
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What is ABA therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis therapy is the most widely used, evidence-based therapy for children with autism. It uses positive reinforcement to reward children for learning new skills. Therapists consider the child’s individual, age-appropriate needs when formulating a treatment plan to help a child achieve greater independence.

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How long does ABA therapy take?

There is no easy answer to this question. In many cases, therapy lasting one to three years produces long-lasting results that make a difference in your child's life. ABA treatment for 10 to 25 hours a week can focus on targeted behaviors and skills. Therapy for up to 40 hours a week can cover a broader range of behavior modification and new skill goals.

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How effective is ABA therapy at home?

Therapists find in-home therapy effective as children respond well in a familiar, non-threatening setting. They teach skills in the environment where the child will use them, such as eating lunch with the family at the kitchen table. Since the goal of ABA therapy is to help children function better in their daily life, ABA in-home therapy is ideal in many situations, but therapy at a specialized center or at school can also be effective.

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What will ABA therapy teach my child?

Applied Behavior Analysis therapy teaches children essential social skills so they can make friends outside the family and live a happier life. Your child will also learn skills they will need in life, such as brushing their teeth, using the bathroom and other skills that will make them feel independent and able to care for themselves. Being able to perform these basic tasks on their own will also help them feel more like the rest of the family.

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