October 14, 2020

Every child’s ABA program begins with “pairing”.  The purpose of pairing is for the therapist to build rapport with the child before the ABA therapist begins placing demand on them.  This process is essential to providing effective ABA services....

September 20, 2020

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA Therapy) is based on the science of learning and behavior.

Behavior analysis helps us to understand how behavior is affected by the environment and how learning takes place.

ABA Therapy is a flexible treatment that can be adapted to meet th...

August 25, 2020

Virtual learning is new to many of us but has become important for the continued education of children during the COVID-19 pandemic.  ABA therapy can help your child develop the skills necessary to benefit from virtual learning.

Some areas in which ABA can target:


Now more than ever play skills are important.  With many children being home from school or on virtual learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is much more down time.  While children would love to spend all day playing or watching videos on their tablets, many par...

Activity schedules are amazing tools that can benefit a household in many different ways.  Activity schedules can:

  • Ease transitions 

  • Promote independence 

  • Increase self-management 

  • Teach leisure skills 

  • Teach independent play skills 

  • De...

In everyday life we do many things to prevent problems from occurring.  For example, we may put dangerous chemicals up high to prevent children from drinking liquids that may be poisonous.  We may put a baby gate at the top or bottom of the stairs to prevent a child fr...

January 23, 2020

Successful pairing during an ABA program is vital to its success.

How do we do that?

What is the best strategy to get your learner to get to want to learn from you?

How do we get them to come to the table to learn?

YOU have to be the most exciting part of a session!

For som...

October 8, 2019

Individuals with ASD often have varying sensory needs. Some individuals may be sen- sory-seeking while others may be sensory-avoiding. For some children who seek sensory stimulation, sensory play activities can be incorporated into ABA sessions as reinforcement or even...

July 30, 2019

Autism parents are often in a league of their own, one that isn't easily understood by those not in it. Here's a list of a few things autism parents would like to say to their friends, but don't.

1. Autism isn’t always the same.

Autism is a spectrum.  Each autistic...

June 24, 2019

Children learn in a variety of ways and perhaps one of the most significant ways is from their peers.

How a child is viewed by their peers has a deep impact on their self-esteem and development as they grow. Being outcast and excluded from a peer group can have a profou...

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