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Fresno and how it can make
a difference for your family.

What is ABA therapy?

ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis. The therapy is a widely respected, evidence-based method for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Research proves ABA therapy helps teach children new skills and helps them become more independent. It uses positive reinforcement to help children with ASD learn and behave appropriately. Inappropriate behavior is ignored so the child learns there is no reward for it.

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How long does ABA treatment generally last?

Generally, ABA therapy lasts between one to three years and can be applied between 10 and 30 hours a week. Treatment times depend on the goals for your child and their response to treatment. Treatment recommendations are updated periodically.

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Is ABA therapy administered in the home?

ABA therapy is available in-home, at schools and in centers. The therapy will target behaviors and skills specific to these settings. In-home therapy lets young children learn skills where they feel secure and spend the majority of their time. It also allows for parents and caregivers to learn how to reinforce what the child is learning. Therapy in schools and centers give children the opportunity to practice communication and social skills within their community.

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Will ABA therapy help my child?

ABA therapy is highly individualized. If your child isn't learning new skills or behaviors, your child's therapist will adjust his or her approach. Your child may learn language, communication, hygiene, daily living skills or whatever skills he or she needs to function well in the family, at school and in the community.

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