Applied Behavioral Analysis is among the most common forms of treatment provided for children with autism. With ABA, therapists observe children’s behaviors and determine which ones need improvement. Then, they also take note of the possible triggers of these behaviors and create a plan to help the child act more appropriately in certain circumstances.
Since ABA is mostly used in treating children with autism and that for this program to succeed, it needs to be applied in various situations. Thus, we collaborate with parents, teachers, other family members, and other healthcare providers to foster continuous learning even if the child is at home or in other places, events, or situations.