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ABA therapy defined
ABA, or applied behavior analysis, is a type of therapy that applies the principles of learning and positive reinforcement to alter or improve specific behaviors. Commonly used as a therapeutic intervention for children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), ABA is supported by years of scientific research. It teaches children small, concrete steps that they can use to break down complex tasks. ABA therapy can improve behaviors like communicating verbal and emotional needs, developing friendships, following directions, and improving attention and focus.Learn more
How long are ABA therapy treatment programs?
Since every child receiving ABA therapy has unique needs, there isn't a specific program that will work for everyone. However, based on the research, we have an idea of what is known to improve treatment outcomes for children with ASD. Significant and long-lasting improvement can be achieved with 10-25 hours of ABA services in a more targeted approach or more lengthy therapy over a period of one to three years.Learn more
Can I receive in-home ABA therapy?
ABA therapists work in a variety of settings, such as homes, schools, the community, and clinic-based environments. For the greatest treatment outcomes, providing ABA services in the natural environment creates the opportunity to teach the skills of everyday living where they can be applied to real-world situations, which is where they are most often needed.Learn more
How can children benefit from ABA therapy?
One of the main goals of ABA therapy is to maximize a child's independence by developing the skills needed to improve daily living and functioning. This includes communication, social skills, and self-care activities. Therapists work with children at their skill level to target specific behaviors that are important to the child and his/her family.Learn more