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What is ABA therapy?

Technically known as Applied Behavioral Analysis, ABA is a therapy that is used to break down the parts that make up problem behaviors and to address these parts individually. This allows children with autism spectrum disorders and those with moderate to severe behavioral issues to change their behaviors and to acquire new skills in a manageable way.

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How long does ABA therapy take?

ABA therapy that is designed to address one or two behaviors or to add a few simple skills may take as little as 10 hours to complete. For more complex issues, however, ABA experts recommend allowing up to three years to ensure that the sessions are effective and that they represent real benefits to children on the autism spectrum and those with developmental issues or behavioral problems.

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Where is ABA therapy best administered?

ABA therapy can generally be performed anywhere that your child spends a great deal of time. This includes your home, the child's school and even the community center or clinical setting. Your therapist will discuss the most productive and practical location for ABA therapy sessions with you to find the best solution for your needs.

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How can ABA therapy help my child?

ABA therapy is designed to promote better communication and social skills while reducing undesirable behaviors. This can make it easier for your child to function at home and in an academic setting. By working with a qualified ABA therapist, you can help your child achieve greater success in school and in all he or she does in the future.

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