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Kissimmee and how it can make
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What to know about ABA therapy

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that has a background in the science of behavior and learning. It's an evidence-backed method designed to change and improve certain behaviors in children who have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other behavioral problems. Treatment goals can address many skill areas, such as language and communication, self-care, learning, social skills, and self-care. Treatment plans break down each of these skill areas into small, concrete steps.

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How much ABA therapy is enough?

ABA therapists do not follow a "one-size-fits-all" approach when designing therapy programs. However, research has revealed certain guidelines that therapists can follow. Providing targeted ABA services for 10-25 hours has been known to be effective. These programs are usually focused on a limited number of goals for improvement. Normally, therapists recommend a period of one to three years to see positive outcomes for many children with ASD.

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Is there in-home ABA therapy?

Besides clinic-based settings, ABA therapy services are commonly provided in the home, school, and community. Providing ABA in the natural environment (school, home, community), is typically more productive since it gives children the opportunity to work on daily living skills that they can use in the real world.

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How will ABA therapy help my child?

Treatment goals for ABA can help children improve deficits in a variety of skills that affect daily living, including social, communication, and adaptive living. The goal of working with an ABA therapist is to help people develop the tools and skills that are useful in everyday life and will help them live independently.

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