Evidence-Based Practice of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)1 is widely used in helping children with autism. A strict process is defined to help those with autism obtaining different skills. It is often conducted by a senior board-certified behavior analyst2 overseeing instruction therapists or registered behavior technicians executing behavior plans. In most cases, it starts with observation … Read more
There are four core principles of intervention with infants and toddlers who are at risk for autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) — social engagement, development, naturalistic ABA, and partnership with parents and/or caregivers.