Who can provide ABA for my child?

A board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) provides ABA therapy services. ABA therapy services also involve a Board-certified Assistant behavior analyst (BCaBA) and a Registered Behavior Technicians ( RBT's). They are trained and supervised by the BCBA. They work directly with children and adults with autism to practice skills and work toward the individual goals written by the BCBA.

 

Other Questions 

What is ABA?

Does my child need ABA?

How does ABA help my child with Autism?

Where can ABA be practiced?

At what age should I start ABA for my child with Autism?

Does ABA work for High Functioning children?

What does an ABA Program involve?

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?

What are the materials I should use in ABA therapy?



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