25 May, 2024
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Behavioral Therapy vs. ABA Care: Discover the Main Differences

How does behavioral therapy differ from ABA? The prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has been on the rise, drawing increased attention to early detection and diagnosis. Awareness campaigns have encouraged individuals to look for early signs of autism in their loved ones, facilitating timely interventions. Current data from the CDC indicates that about 1 in 36 […]

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Ways ABA Therapy Meets AAC for Amplified Impact

Unlocking the full potential of communication therapies, this blog article explores the dynamic intersection of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). From breaking down complex behaviors to empowering non-verbal individuals, discover how this collaboration creates an amplified progressive impact on lives. Since the 1960s, ABA therapy has evolved into a […]

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ABA Insights: It’s Not Always Behavioral! Ruling Out Medical Causes to Challenging Behavior

When working as a BCBA (board certified behavior analyst) with individuals diagnosed with autism/autistic individuals, clients often present with challenging behavior. Data show that children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, such as autism, present with an increased risk of engaging in challenging behavior. The risk of an individual engaging in challenging behavior often increases if a child […]

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Resources for ABA Therapists to Create More Inclusive Spaces

Applied Behavior Analysis therapy has been practiced for more than a half-century, but the discipline has always evolved in step with new understandings of patient needs. In recent years, this has meant an increased focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives to make ABA therapy services accessible to all patients. If you are an […]

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Integrating ABA into the Classroom: Strategies for Supporting Students with Autism

Integrating ABA into the Classroom: Strategies for Supporting Students with Autism  By: Blain Hockridge  Managing classroom behavior can be one of the most challenging tasks faced by both new and experienced teachers. It is also a task that teachers may have been inadequately prepared for in their prior training and education. In fact, it’s been […]

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How ABA Degrees Empower Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder & Developmental Disabilities

We all want to live happy, fulfilling lives. But for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and developmental disabilities, everyday tasks and social interactions can be challenging. And according to estimates from the CDC, around one in 54 children has ASD. As a society, it’s our responsibility to provide support and resources to ensure that […]