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Making the Most of ABA Therapy

Making the Most of ABA Therapy

Making the Most of ABA Therapy

No two children with autism are exactly the same, therefore approaches to treatment differ as well. One practice that has become more popular is applied behavioral analysis, or ABA therapy. This is an intensive program that supports children in learning functional skills through evidence-based methodologies. Treatment is tailored to each child’s unique needs and goals.

In order to make the most of ABA therapy, there are many ways that parents can help their children prepare. It is also important that parents stay involved and carry over what children are learning to home.

ABA therapy is a program that many families have found beneficial for addressing the challenges of autism and helping their children to be more successful and independent. PediaPlex not only offers ABA therapy but also other therapy services such as occupationalspeech, and play therapy, in addition to autism testing and diagnosis.

Are you interested in learning more about ABA Therapy and how it may benefit your child? Contact PediaPlex today!

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