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Definition of ABA therapy

ABA, or applied behavior analysis, is a form of therapy that focuses on changing and improving certain behaviors, such as social skills, communication, motor skills, and focus. It's commonly practiced as a therapeutic option for children diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other behavioral problem. It's supported by numerous research studies and works by teaching children to break down complicated tasks into smaller instructional steps.

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How long does the average patient receive ABA therapy?

Researchers have discovered that high-intensity ABA services performed for one to three years, or more targeted therapies of 10-25 hours result in the most significant and long-lasting improvements for children with ASD. ABA therapists design treatment programs that focus on a small number of behaviors for improvement and work on building skills in those areas. Programs are custom-made to meet the unique needs of children and their families.

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Are there home-based services for ABA therapy?

ABA therapy sessions can be performed at a child's home or school, in the community, or in a clinical setting. Teaching children skills in a natural setting, such as the community, school or home, typically results in the most efficient treatment outcomes. Teaching in the natural setting allows children to learn the skills needed to function independently within the environments where they're needed the most.

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ABA therapy advantages for children

ABA can help children with ASD learn the skills necessary to increase their independence and improve their overall quality of life as they transition into different stages of life. Programs are designed to target socially significant skills that are relevant to a child and their family.

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