FAQ

 
 

How does aba help my children?

Applied Behavioral Analysis is a type of intensive therapy that focuses on the principles and techniques of learning theory to enable positive behavior change. ABA therapy helps to (1) develop new skills, (2) shape and refine previously learned new skills, and (3) decrease socially significant problem behaviors.

ABA is scientifically proven to modify learning and behavior by looking at the function of the behavior and the environment in which it occurs. Anything a person does is a behavior (talking, eating, coloring, tying shoes, etc) and ABA looks at antecedents and consequences of each behavior to modify them or teach new, more functional ways of achieving the same result.

The principles of ABA have been applied since the early 1960's with both children and adults with developmental disorders. ABA is the only therapy that has been endorsed by the U.S. Surgeon General as an effective treatment for autism and many states mandate insurance coverage for ABA therapy for individuals with autism spectrum diagnoses. 

 

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