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What Is ABA therapy?

Therapists use Applied Behavior Analysis, or ABA therapy, to focus on changing specific behaviors and teaching children new skills. It's the longest-standing therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), helping them learn desirable behaviors. ABA breaks behaviors down into steps, rewarding a child as he or she completes a step.

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How long does ABA therapy take to show results?

While every child is different, the therapy can take between one to three years to show results. Experts recommend around 10-20 hours of therapy a week for most children. A therapist will evaluate a child and then set goals for the child. After regular progress reviews, the therapist will decide if any further behavior modification is needed.

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Where is ABA therapy done?

ABA therapy services often work best in a child's natural environment, such as at home, in school or in the local community. Parents can also find ABA therapy at clinics, which may be better for children who need more structure or who are easily distracted at home. Sometimes, a hybrid program works best; it all depends on your child's individual treatment plan.

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What should I expect ABA therapy to do for my child?

A therapist can adapt ABA therapy to meet a child's needs and the parent's goals. They may work on communication skills in the family, socialization at school or in the community or other behavior skills. The goal is to help your child to function better and interact with others more easily after completing ABA.

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