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

What is ABA therapy?

ABA, or Applied Behavior Analysis therapy, is the leading treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It has many goals, from increasing communication and social skills to learning how to take care of their hygiene. Therapists break down new skills into small steps and offer a small reward to the child as they complete a step. The US Surgeon General and the American Academy of Pediatrics both recommend the positive reinforcement approach.

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Is ABA therapy a lengthy process?

Your child may have intensive, 20 to 40 hour per week, therapy sessions or they may need less if the therapist will only be working on a few targeted behaviors. Many programs last for at least a year, but they can last up to three years.

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Do ABA therapists come to my child's home?

Yes, you will find school-based, community-based and in-home therapy. If your child needs to master skills and behaviors that will help him or her at home, in-home therapy is a good choice. Children who learn skills, like potty training, that they will use at home will benefit from in-home therapy. A familiar setting will help reinforce what your child learns until they are old enough to transfer their skills to new environments.

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How will my child benefit from applied behavioral analysis therapy?

ABA therapy can benefit your child if they exhibit behaviors that are disruptive to the family or they have trouble communicating with family members and making friends. Your child will also learn skills to help them with their daily routine so they will be more independent in their self care.

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