What is ABA Therapy?
  • Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a research-proven method of assisting people with changing their behavior at home and in the community.
  • ABA Therapy specifically produces measurable results in behavior, which is displayed through data collection 
    and analysis.
  • ABA Therapy consists of numerous techniques that assist clients, their families, their caretakers, and other supports to facilitate lasting changes.
  • ABA therapy includes parent/caregiver training.
  • ABA Therapy includes Verbal Behavior Training for people with Autism. 
  • Social Skills Training and Social Play Training are also a part of ABA Therapy, for people with Autism or Intellectual Disabilities.

What is Verbal Behavior Training?

Verbal Behavior Training is a style of ABA that increases a child's language. It is commonly used with children with Autism.  It uses B. F. Skinner's 1957 analysis of Verbal Behavior to teach and reinforce speech, along with other skills. 
A VB program will focus on getting a child to realize that language will get him what he wants, when he wants it. Requesting is often one of the first verbal skills taught; children are taught to use language to communicate, rather than just to label items. Learning how to make requests also should improve behavior.

We currently have Behavior Analysts who are trained in VB-MAPP and ABLLS-R programs, who can bring 
VB training to your home.


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