Tag: ABA

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Augmentative and alternative communication or AAC are communication methods that can be used to supplement or replace common communication modes (i.e., writing or speech). AAC can be used with individuals with impairments in the production or comprehension of spoken or written language. There are various types of AAC systems that can help individuals communicate: Unaided …

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The Consistent ABA Program: Turnover Vs. Overturned?

One thing we know for certain is that consistency equals success. If your child has participated in a 1:1 home ABA program than surely you understand the importance of consistency. Imagine this image of “consistency”: you begin services with consistent team meetings where everyone is clearly on the same page, your supervisor provides weekly and …

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Ask An ABA Therapist

A Trained ABA Therapist Answers a Parent’s Most Common Questions By Megan Kenny No training could prepare me for the lessons I learned during my six years as an Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapist interacting with and studying the autistic mind. Especially humbling was the pain and helplessness that parents can feel after diagnosis. I …

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