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    Develop meaningful
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Prairieville and how it can make
a difference for your family.

Why choose ABA therapy?

ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis. It is a method of evidence-based therapy that improves or changes specific behaviors by teaching an individual to break down complex tasks into smaller and discrete steps. ABA therapy has been used effectively in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to improve behaviors such as waiting, asking for assistance, making friends, communicating needs, performing a task and following directions.

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How long does ABA therapy last?

This is a complicated question without a simple answer. Current research indicates that receiving ABA services for a period of one to three years allows a child with ASD to make significant and long-lasting gains in multiple areas. Focused ABA treatments include 10-25 hours of services that focus on a small number of targets to improve upon.

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Can ABA therapy take place anywhere?

While ABA therapy can be performed in clinic-based settings, the best results typically come from home, school and community settings. This is because it is more effective and efficient to teach daily living skills that address maladaptive behaviors within the setting in which they naturally occur.

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Is ABA therapy going to help my child?

ABA therapy services help children who have communication, adaptive living, social and behavior deficits that significantly impact their abilities to function daily and to interact independently with their environment. The goal of this type of therapy is to work within a child’s current skill level through the development of individualized programs that target areas important to the child and his/her family.

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