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Brief overview of ABA therapy

Improving and changing specific behaviors is one of the main goals of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Frequently used as a therapeutic intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), ABA has been extensively researched and is known for its effectiveness. This therapy uses positive reinforcement and rewards to promote positive behaviors and can be used to improve language and communication skills, focus, attention and interpersonal skills, among other things.

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How long does ABA therapy take?

This is a complicated question since numerous variables are involved in designing an ABA therapy program. When provided for a long-term period of one to three years, ABA is backed by research as a successful treatment for children with ASD. Most ABA treatment programs provide at least 10-25 hours of therapy and are focused on a limited number of behaviors for improvement.

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Is there home-based ABA therapy?

Most ABA therapists offer flexibility in the locations in which therapy is provided and often provide therapy at home, at school, within the community or in a clinic. According to research, the child’s natural setting (home, school, or in the community) is preferred since there are more opportunities for children to apply the skills they learn in real-world situations.

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How will my child benefit from ABA therapy?

If your child has difficulties with adaptive learning skills, communication skills, or social skills, ABA therapy may help him or her address these problems. The goal of ABA therapy is to help children acquire socially significant skills that will help them improve their quality of life and live independently.

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