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Winter Garden and how it can make
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What's ABA therapy?

Applied behavior analysis therapy, or ABA therapy, is an empirical method that's used to modify specific behaviors in children. By reducing complex tasks into steps that are simpler and easier to follow, children learn to complete social tasks in more acceptable ways, such as asking for help, following directions, completing a task, making friends, waiting, and communicating their needs in an acceptable manner.

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How long does ABA therapy last?

The length of time needed to complete ABA therapy will depend on the individual child and their level of development. Research has shown that intensive ABA therapy that lasts between one and three years provides the most comprehensive and long-lasting improvement for children who have been diagnosed with ASD. The focused treatment delivers between 10 and 25 hours of ABA treatments that are aimed at improving a few specific areas.

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Can ABA therapy be conducted at home?

ABA therapy is conducted in a variety of settings that include the home, the school, the community, or a clinic. Research has indicated that when ABA therapy is conducted in familiar settings, maladaptive behaviors are more readily addressed, and daily living skills can improve more quickly and effectively.

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How will ABA therapy help my child with maladaptive behaviors?

If your child has maladaptive behaviors and behavioral deficits, then they may prevent your child from functioning independently and completing tasks. ABA therapy aims to increase your child's ability to independently interact with their environment and target skills that are socially significant to the child and their family.

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