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Parent Blog

Pediatrics Plus is now offering ABA therapy at some of our locations, however, unlike the other therapies we offer (OT, PT, Speech), it isn't as well known. Keep reading to find out more about ABA Therapy.

Applied Behavior Analysis or ABA Therapy is defined as the application of behavior science to address socially appropriate behaviors and bring about meaningful behavior change through one-on-one intervention. This can involve therapy sessions of 20-40 hours per week. Over decades of research, the field of ABA has developed many techniques that have proven to benefit a child in the following ways:

Increasing these useful behaviors

  • Communicating
  • Dressing self
  • Eating new foods

Decreasing these undesirable behaviors

  • Screaming
  • Biting
  • Running away
One example of how ABA can help a child is by teaching a child to exchange a picture of a cookie to request a cookie rather than screaming and crying to receive cookie.  ABA focuses on helping the child become more successful in their natural environments by identifying the difficulties within a child's daily activities and providing the supports to allow the child to be successful within those environments. If you think ABA therapy might be something that could benefit your family, please Contact Us About Your Child.