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What is ABA therapy?

ABA therapy is also referred to as Applied Behavioral Analysis. This therapeutic approach breaks down complex skills and behaviors into smaller increments to provide children with achievable steps. The objective is to help them achieve greater competency in communicating, interacting and controlling behavior patterns. ABA therapists work with children who may be on the autism spectrum or who have exhibited serious behavioral issues in the past.

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How long does ABA therapy take?

ABA therapy is not a one-size-fits-all solution. These therapies must be tailored to suit the needs of the individual child and to promote the best results for each situation. Some therapy regimens are designed to take only a few weeks. Others may last for three years or more.

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Can ABA therapy take place at school?

Depending on your ABA therapist, you may be able to schedule sessions at your home. Some therapists will also work with the child's school to incorporate these sessions into the regular academic schedule.

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Is ABA therapy going to help my child?

ABA is recommended by a number of different child health and welfare organizations that include the American Academy of Family Pediatrics, the Autism Society of America and the National Institute of Child Health & Human Development. ABA is evidence-based, which allows parents to feel more confident that their child will achieve measurable and noticeable results from these therapy sessions. ABA therapists can provide practical help in teaching children to manage communication, socialization and behavior problems and to learn new skills to cope with these issues more productively in the future.

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