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Jupiter and how it can make
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Overview of ABA therapy

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the term for a type of therapy that's used to change or improve specific behaviors in people diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It's supported by numerous research studies and has been effectively used to improve a variety of behaviors, including communicating needs and emotions, following directions, developing friendships, and improving focus.

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What is the average length of ABA therapy?

There isn't a specific timeframe for person receiving ABA therapy since programs are customized to meet the needs of each individual person. What we know from research is that one to three years of intensive ABA services results in improved outcomes for many children with ASD. More focused treatment programs are usually targeting a limited number of goals for improvement and deliver 10-25 hours of therapy.

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Can ABA therapy be provided at home?

ABA therapists provide home, school, and community-based services as well as clinic-based services. Providing ABA services in settings where children need them the most, such as school, home, and in the community, prove more efficient. This gives children more opportunity to learn the skills of daily living and apply them to the natural environment.

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How can my child improve with ABA therapy?

Children who have difficulties with skills that negatively affect daily living, such as communication, social skills, self-care tasks, and motor skills, may benefit from ABA therapy. The goal is to help people work on skills that will enable them to live independently and successfully in the future.

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