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for your child and your whole family.

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    Develop meaningful
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Learn more about ABA therapy in
Lodi and how it can make
a difference for your family.

What is ABA therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the leading method for increasing desirable behavior for children with autism. It also decreases unwanted behaviors by rewarding only the good behaviors. A therapist will work with your child to help them become more independent by learning social skills, daily living and self-care skills.

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How long will ABA therapy continue?

ABA autism therapies are intensive, with most programs lasting from 20 to 40 hours of one-on-one instruction each week. Typically, children remain in therapy for several years, although each child has unique needs and will need a detailed assessment to determine what will work best for them.

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Where is the best place for ABA therapy?

Your child can have ABA therapy at home, at a clinic or at school. In each setting, he or she will learn the skills needed for the environment. If your child needs the most help with daily living skills, such as getting ready for bed, therapy at home will be the most effective. School and clinic settings allow children to learn how to socialize. Sometimes, your child can have therapy in multiple locations to address their specific challenges.

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What can I hope for with ABA therapy?

ABA therapy is quite effective for helping children with autism learn a broad range of skills. It's been proven to build verbal and communication skills, fine motor skills and more, depending on the child's needs. You can also expect to learn techniques you and your family can use with your child to reinforce what they are learning during therapy.

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