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Manteca and how it can make
a difference for your family.

What is ABA therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy, ABA for short, is the most popular therapy option for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Its goal is to increase or decrease specific behaviors with rewards for desired actions. The individualized attention, along with a customized treatment plan, makes ABA therapy especially effective.

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What's the length of time ABA therapy lasts?

Therapy is one-on-one, usually from 10 to 40 hours per week. The duration is between one and three years, although this can vary greatly depending on your child's age and abilities. Early, intensive therapy, up to 40 hours a week, often produces the best results, but your child’s goals will determine the best course of action.

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Is ABA therapy done at home?

Yes, although it can also be done at school or at a clinic. An in-home setting offers more chances for your child to learn daily living skills and work on communication with his or her family. Clinic settings offer more opportunities for a child to practice social skills and controlled environments usually have fewer distractions. Your child's therapist will help you determine which is best for your child.

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What results can I anticipate from ABA therapy?

The skills your child learns will help them be more independent. You will learn what your child's specific treatment goals are, depending on their age and abilities. Goals can include increased academic, social or communication skills. It is up to you, as the parent, to determine what goals are important to your child and your family.

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