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Tracy and how it can make
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What is ABA therapy?

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy used to treat children with behavioral disorders. These issues may be caused by autism spectrum disorders or may be the result of traumatic experiences. By breaking down the desired behaviors into smaller parts and helping children to master each of these components, ABA therapy can often provide added help for children in achieving greater control and improved behaviors in school, at home and in social situations.

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Does ABA therapy require a large time commitment?

For simple behavioral adjustments, it may take only 10 hours of sessions to accomplish the desired results. More complicated or involved cases could require treatment regimens of one to three years or even longer to allow children to acquire the necessary skills and strategies for achieving their goals.

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Should ABA therapy be performed in a clinic?

ABA is suited to a wide range of session environments. Your therapist will provide you with information on the availability of home or clinic-based therapy sessions for you and your child.

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How will ABA therapy help my child's behavior?

ABA is designed to replace undesirable behaviors with more positive ones. This can help children do better in school. Also, it can provide them with the skills and tools they need to communicate more effectively, to engage socially with their peers and to learn basic living skills like brushing teeth, tying shoes and more. These competencies can make a big difference in the ability of children to accomplish their objectives and to succeed in their future activities.

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