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Parent Led ABA

Parent Led ABA is a type of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy in which parents or caregivers of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other behavioral related concerns, are trained to implement ABA strategies and techniques with their child in their natural environment, such as at home or in the community.

Parent Led ABA typically involves the parents or caregivers working closely with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or other qualified ABA professional to develop an individualized treatment plan for their child. The plan may include specific goals and objectives, as well as strategies for addressing challenging behaviors and promoting skill development.

The BCBA or other ABA professional will train the parents or caregivers to implement the strategies and techniques outlined in the treatment plan, and will provide ongoing support and guidance as the therapy progresses. This approach can be particularly beneficial for families who may not have access to intensive ABA services or who prefer a more family-centered approach to treatment.

Parent Led ABA has been shown to be effective in improving the communication, socialization, and adaptive behavior skills of children with ASD and other behavioral related concerns, as well as reducing problematic behaviors. It can also help to promote parent-child interactions and strengthen the overall family unit.


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Direct ABA

Direct ABA refers to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services that are provided directly to an individual with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other behavioral related concerns, by a trained ABA professional, such as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

Direct ABA services typically involve the implementation of specific behavior modification techniques to help individuals with ASD or other behavioral concerns, learn and acquire new skills, reduce problematic behaviors, and improve their overall quality of life. These techniques may include positive reinforcement, prompting, shaping, and chaining, among others.

Direct ABA services are typically provided in a one-on-one setting and are tailored to the individual needs and goals of each person with ASD or other behavioral concerns. The ultimate goal of direct ABA services is to help individuals with ASD or other behavioral concerns, achieve their full potential and live as independently as possible.

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Behavior Consultation

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Social Skills Group

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