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Behavioural Therapy

Behavioral therapy for autism focuses on identifying and modifying behaviors that may interfere with a child's learning, social interactions, and daily functioning. Through structured interventions, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), therapists work closely with children on developing essential skills like communication, social interaction, and adaptive behaviors.

This therapy utilizes positive reinforcement techniques to encourage desired behaviors while minimizing challenging ones. By breaking down skills into manageable steps and providing consistent feedback and rewards, behavioral therapy helps children with autism learn new behaviors effectively.

Furthermore, behavioral therapy emphasizes creating an environment that supports the child's individual needs, preferences, and learning styles. It empowers children with autism to gain independence, improve their quality of life, and unlock their full potential.

Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy Session I  Resplice CDC
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