Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is an evidence-based treatment that focuses on increasing appropriate behaviors and decreasing and/or replacing inappropriate behaviors.
ABA therapy sessions can take place via center-based, home-based, or a combination of the two. At Behavioral Innovations, we have chosen to focus on the center-based model.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is one of the fastest-growing developmental disorders: the American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that it may affect 1 out of 59 kids in the US.
An informed parent is an empowered parent. At Behavioral Innovations, we understand the journey is complex, we’re here to help.
Whether you’ve already started school and the first week was a little rough or you’re just getting started, here are a few tips from our Board-Certified Behavioral Analyst, Dr. Molly Adams, on how to make starting the new school year as smooth as possible.
If your child has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), chances are you’ve heard of ABA therapy. But what is ABA exactly, and what happens in an ABA therapy session?
Your child has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and your doctor has suggested ABA therapy. Naturally, you have questions. Is it effective? Will my child benefit? How long does it last?
Our children may have our genes but they are also unique and different in their own ways. How can we better understand our special needs children and their abilities?
All parents, new or experienced, carry hopes and dreams for our children. We envision what our children will be like, their temperament, character, future, abilities, and even specific ideas of careers.
Two weeks ago, I got to have my favorite type of conversation with one of my client’s parents. I scheduled them for a parent meeting and got to tell them, “Your son doesn’t need us anymore.”
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