ABA: more than just table time

ABA: more than just table time
September 7, 2016 No Comments ABA therapy,Activities of Daily Living,Adolescence,Autism,behavior reduction,Choice Making,Daily Routines,skill acquisition,Social Skills admin


ABA therapy, is recognized as a safe, effective intervention for Autism. ABA is the acronym for Applied Behavior Analysis.

Here are some skills some of our current clients are working on:

* basic skills such as looking, listening and imitating, making choices

* building language through simple requests, labeling and finding items or activities with verbs, adverbs and prepositions.

* calmly requesting the removal of aversive

* social skills such as perspective talking and conversations99954181ed82d320bfc9a6f5c7e908b5_large

* independent & cooperative play skills

* asking and answering questions

* self help skills including bathing, tooth brushing and toilet training

* Self Moitoring engagement in adaptive behavior

* Problem Solving and Negotiation

* Assertiveness

* Early elementary academic skills including reading and math taught using direct instruction and fluency training.

How can we help you?

“We work with the child and family where they are now and walk with them on their journey toward a more independent tomorrow.” Dana Affrunti, M.S., BCBA


For more about behavior analysis follow the link to these websites:
Association of Professional Behavior Analysts
Association for Behavior Analysis International 
Behavior Analyst Certification Board
Autism Speaks – Applied Behavior Analysis ABA

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