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Choosing the right therapy for your child can be a daunting task — this we understand. Many questions race through a parents mind; will this really help my child? What if this doesn’t work?

Therapists know it’s important to work with a flexible therapy because every child with Autism is different. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is one of the many therapies, but one that can work well for your child as it is created with them not for them.

ABA will help in the following ways;

  • Helps your child to increase mastery in tasks and social interactions.
  • ABA can teach new skills to your little one.
  • It teaches self control and self monitoring abilities, so your child can be happier.
  • To move what skills to other areas of their life. Such as, when a child perform tasks in one room but struggles achieving the same actions at school.
  • Reduces self injury, which can be distressing for everyone involved and repetitive behaviors.
  • And helps to minimize the conditions that upset your child specifically.

ABA doesn’t use vague, generalization of behavior. It targets particulars; things that can be directly recorded. Instead of “my child is angry”, which can cover a wide range of actions; it looks at the behavior you want to reduce in your child. My child is angry becomes, “my child is hitting themselves”. This produces a clear goal for both you and the therapist to steer towards, for a happier child.

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ABA Programs and Analysis Areas of Expertise

We specialize in autism analysis and behavior development.

ABA, Behavioral Therapy involves anything that can be seen and heard. Therefore all behaviors have achievable and noticeable goals, which are measured and constantly re-measured throughout time to focus on our progress as well as whether the goals are being reached.

The great and unique thing about ABA therapy is that the plans are individualized to fit your child's needs. Since Autism is a spectrum, that means no two cases are exactly alike. Therefore the best treatment for autism would be customized to fit your child and your family's needs after an assessment is made.

Staff need to be competent by being trained by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst on behavior analytic procedures as well as intervention strategies. Courses are available on various topics and custom fit for your organization or situation for effective ABA autism therapy. Help your staff find out what is autism and how to best treat autism.