ABA Therapy

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) may be a therapy that works on promoting the specified behaviors and limiting or eliminating the undesired ones.

It helps analysts understand how behavior works, what triggers it, and the way an individual learns. Using this information, the Behavioral analysts teaches the patients skills that increase desired social, motor, and verbal behavior with reasoning power.

Who needs it?

People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) require ABA Therapy. But it also can help people affected by conditions like substance misuse, dementia, cognitive impairment after brain injury, eating disorders, anger issues, anxiety disorder , OCD, phobia, and mental disorder .

How can we help?

Training:

With the assistance of oldsters , caregivers, and one-on-one sessions, our therapists work with the youngsters to realize the specified goals. The therapists teach you strategies on the way to reinforce the positive behaviors the kid learns in therapy. along side this, we also teach you ways to avoid reinforcements that are undesired.

Evaluation:

While we implement strategies, we simultaneously evaluate their effectiveness. We track progress and alter the strategy if it’s not working.

Our therapists work with you and your child to know the kid’s specific requirements and what approach to require to assist the child to improve on the specified behavior. It’s usually divided into three phases.

Assessment:

In this phase, our therapists hold consultation and assessment sessions with you and your child. it’s mentioned as a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA). This phase helps us know the child’s strengths, abilities, and challenges. During this phase, we also observe the child’s behavior, communication skills, and quirks.

Planning:

This phase includes creating a goal-oriented plan supported
observations within the previous phase. The plan is exclusive to the child’s requirements and caters to their special needs. Usually, the goal is to decrease problematic behaviors and increase positive skills like communication, self-care, and socializing.

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