Frequently Asked Questions
Will ABA Therapy benefit my Child?
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What is ABA?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) studies the principles of how learning happens and uses those principles to bring about positive change in behavior. ABA consists of many evidence-based practices (practices that are backed by significant research) aimed at increasing positive, useful behaviors and reducing behaviors that are detrimental either physically, socially or academically. ABA therapy is also used to increase language and communication skills, improve attention, focus, social skills, self-helpskills, memory, and academics.
Is ABA effective?
What kind of therapy will my child receive?
All Applied Behavior Analysis programs are individualized to each child. ABA programs are developed based on the result of ABBLS assessment implemented by a Certified Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) which targets behavior or skills that will be selected for treament. Data then is collected on those targert behaviors or skills throughout the treatment process to ensure progression is being made. Our BCBA and Program Manager carefully monitor data and help with decisions in making a treatment plan, new goals and skills that will be introduced consistenly to ensure rapid growth in reaching their goals.