ABA Best Practices

Young adults with autism or developmental disabilities often have a very long history of reinforcement of their problem behavior. This often leads to a restrictive lifestyle for their families, which…

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Recently, there has been a rise in the popularity of clinic-based ABA therapy. Because ABA clinics are such controlled environments, it’s natural to wonder about whether children would be able…

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Becoming and practicing behavior analysis is often synonymous with a strong understanding of the technical components of behavior change procedures. Our training often emphasizes skills such as the memorization of…

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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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