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

What is ABA therapy?

Applied Behavioral Analysis, or ABA, is one of the best treatments for children with autism. It uses positive reinforcement to teach skills and desirable behaviors. Your child's therapist will use rewards, or whatever motivates your child, to teach them. ABA programs use data to measure a child's progress, so therapists can make adjustments if necessary.

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How long does ABA therapy last each day?

The number of hours your child spends in therapy each day is determined by the skill areas they need to master. A therapist will make a recommendation after your child's initial assessment, which can range from 10 hours to 30 hours a week. Children often stay in ABA therapy for one to three years.

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How does in-home ABA therapy work?

Once there is a treatment plan in place, a therapist will come into your home for one-on-one sessions with your child. You can create a designated spot for therapy and then go about your daily routine. This gives the therapist a chance to observe the child's behavior at home and work on skills they need in their daily schedule.

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What will my child get out of ABA therapy?

Before therapy begins, there's an initial assessment to determine behaviors and skills your child needs to work on. You should see improvements in your child's communication and social skills, along with them learn how to do new things, like getting dressed by themselves. However, your child’s progress will be measured against the goals you and the therapist set.

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