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    Develop meaningful
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Grovetown and how it can make
a difference for your family.

Is ABA therapy different from regular therapy?

The objective of applied behavioral analysis therapy, or ABA therapy, is to increase the level of a child's ability to independently interact with their environment and with others. By using small, easy-to-follow steps, a child learns to complete small tasks, which improves their self-confidence and decreases maladaptive behaviors.

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How long does the program last for ABA therapy?

The time needed for a child's ABA therapy will be unique to the child and will depend on their level of functionality as well as the degree of their maladaptive behaviors. Intensive research has indicated that programs of between one and three years' duration provide the most improvement across multiple areas for a child who has ASD. Focused treatments deliver between 10 to 25 hours of targeted therapy on specific areas.

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Why is ABA therapy conducted at home?

Familiar areas such as the home, the school, the community, or the clinic enable the child to address maladaptive behaviors that most frequently occur in their natural environment. This increases the opportunities available to improve living skills in the areas and locations in which they are most frequently needed. It also enables the child to learn skills that may be specific to their lifestyle.

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How does ABA therapy help?

ABA therapy can improve your child's adaptive living, behavioral deficits, and communication skills that may impede their independent interaction with their environment. ABA therapy aims to target the specific areas that are most important to the family and the child and provide improvements in those areas.

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