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

What is ABA therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis therapy programs for children with autism use positive reinforcement to teach new skills. At first, the child gets a small reward for completing a task, or part of a complex task. Eventually, the child will complete the task without a reward. Scientific research proves the approach works and its endorsed by the American Autism Society as an effective treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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How long does ABA therapy take to show results?

Every child has a different timetable. They many show improvement in as little as a few months, but most ABA programs last one to three years in order to ensure the improvements are long-lasting. Children often attend therapy sessions from 10 to 30 hours a week.

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What is the best setting for ABA therapy?

Therapists can perform ABA therapy in your home, in your child's school, or at a center in your community. Each setting has its advantages and is appropriate depending on your child's treatment goals. Home-based therapy allows your child to learn skills that will help them in their everyday home life. Learning can also take place outside the home in a structured environment without family distractions.

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What will my child gain by having ABA therapy?

The main purpose of getting ABA therapy is to improve your child's quality of life. It will teach your child age-appropriate skills and reduce problematic behaviors. Your child will feel better about himself or herself when they learn how to do things like getting ready for bed themselves and making friends once they learn important social skills.

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