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Applied Behavior Analysis

Applied Behavior Analysis is also known as ABA. This term describes therapy based on science of learning and behavior. This process has been widely used to treat conditions with great success. A key aspect of ABA that differentiates it from other interventions is that ABA is an evidence based best practice treatment and the ultimate goal of ABA is to establish and enhance socially important behaviors for each individual. 

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How is ABA Used?

ABA providers aim to improve social behaviors people will use everyday such as reading, social skills, verbal communication and activities of daily living.

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Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA)

Once our clinicians determine the function of a child’s maladaptive behavior, they teach new appropriate behaviors that serve the same needs for your child, but in a socially and developmentally appropriate manner. It’s important to be ready to ask questions and understand the recommendations so that we create a plan that will help your child behave appropriately in all facets of their life.

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Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIP)

Once our clinicians determine the function of a child’s maladaptive behavior they teach new appropriate behaviors that serve the same needs for the  child, but in a socially and developmentally appropriate manner.

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