Does ABA work for High Functioning children?

It's a common misconception that ABA doesn't apply to children that are high functioning. ABA program is designed to provide a varying level of structure according to the need of the child. High functioning children are better able to learn in a less structured format and the program is adjusted accordingly. In fact, ABA strategies are incredibly effective and important for this population.


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Can I use ABA therapy at home with my child; if so, how?

Won't there be too many demands placed on my child during ABA therapy? Should I be worried?

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