1. Verbal Behavioral Therapy Works and Just Because A Child Is Non-Verbal Doesn’t Mean There Is No Hope.

    Verbal Behavior (VB) therapy is a branch of Applied Behavioral Analyses therapy (ABA); it helps non-verbal children to become vocal and use words with meaning. Having a child who is non-verbal is scary, for both the child and the parents involved, but there is hope even if your child is severely delayed. Recently a study showed that children, who cannot speak by the age of four, can learn how to speak – something that was deemed unlikely. The study can be found here. B.F. Skinner was a famous psychologist who wrote a book on verbal behavior and developed many of the theories that ABA is bas…Read More