ABA is considered an evidence-based best practice treatment by the US Surgeon General and by the American Psychological Association. “Evidence based” means that ABA has passed scientific tests of its usefulness, quality, and effectiveness. ABA therapy includes many different techniques. We keep up to date on the latest news and studies relating to ABA therapies, medical news, and information and studies regarding children. Learn more below!
Jody Warshawsky's amazing write-up about what it's like to work with Ashleigh, and how ABA has helped her child.
Given the explosion in published psychological and educational interventions for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) over the past several years, this review highlights the latest trends for children with complex learning and developmental needs
Discuss some of the myths surrounding ABA, Explain basic principles of ABA, Clarify what parents should expect from ABA therapy, Describe how ABA can be used in the classroom
The better one is at analyzing behavior,
the more effective and successful one will be at addressing a wide range of behaviors and improving the lives of the people one works with.
Assistive technologies, such as gamification, software apps, computer-based training (Web), and robotics, provide a standardized method of implementing ABA techniques.
ABA procedures can be used to successfully treat behavior problems associated with autism spectrum disorders regardless of whether treatment is directed by behavior consultants in person or via remote video coaching.