ABA Best Practices

What are Multiple-Step Tasks? Dressing, toileting, grooming, bathing, household chores, leisure, and cooking tasks all take multiple steps to complete. Some examples include putting on a shirt, washing your face,…

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When teaching kids language skills, such as to identify objects, it helps to separate instruction into expressive and receptive. Expressive language is speaking and receptive language is understanding what others…

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Some things are completely out of our control. For example, this whole COVID-19 social distancing thing. Everything is closed. Sure you can go to the park, but when passing by…

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There is no perfect solution for how we address the interactions between individuals with autism and police, or other similar emergency responders. Much of the training and understanding needs to…

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Most of us are at home providing families with support the best we can. For most, this means parent training. Many parents have stepped up and are surprising us with…

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Do you find yourself wondering why your child with autism can imitate what people say but seldom talks on their own? Mand training which uses incidental teaching along with prompt…

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A common behavior among children, especially toddlers, is the dreaded tantrum. The screaming, the yelling, the flopping to the floor, all because you said “No” or asked them to do…

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While we are stuck inside, you are probably filling the role of your child’s teacher and possibly ABA therapist. Here are some tips for teaching receptive and expressive identification of…

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