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ABAChildren with autism are often frustrated. They are misunderstood, have a tough time communicating their needs, suffer from hypersensitivities to sound, light and touch ... no wonder they sometimes act out! Behavior therapists are trained to figure out just what lies behind negative behaviors, and to recommend changes to the environment and routines to improve behavior.

Some of the most popular thrapies in this area are:


  • Applied Behavior Analysis: What Makes a Great ABA Program?
  • Architecture and Autism: Providing Supports for the Autistic Child or Adult Through the Built Environment.
  • Breaking Through Behavior-The Camphill Communities Anthroposophical Approach to Autism.
  • CARD eLearning and Skills: Web-Based Training, Assessment.
  • Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Munroe-Meyer Institute.
  • Early Start Denver Model.
  • Relationship Development Intervention.
  • Curriculum and Progress Tracking for Children with Autism.
  • MERIT: Integrating ABA with Developmental Models.

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)

September 05, 2011
History Behavior analysis was originally described by B.F. Skinner in the 1930's. You may have learned about Skinner and "operant conditioning" when you…
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Verbal Behavior Therapy

September 05, 2011
Another behavioral (based on the principles of ABA) therapy method with a different approach to the acquisition and function of language is Verbal Behavior…
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