I Love ABA!
This is a blog published by an ABA therapist! Her articles explore her personal experiences as a professional in the field, as well as her thoughts and opinions about ABA. Please note that this is a personal blog: The views and opinions expressed here represent her own and not those of the people, institutions, or organizations that she may be affiliated with.
Applied Behavior Analysis
This toolkit is an informational guide to Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). It is designed to provide you with a better understanding of ABA, how your child can benefit, and where/how you can seek ABA services.
Different Roads- Resources for Parents
Different Roads to Learning carries educational products for parents to help support their children build independence.
Evidence Based Practices
Many interventions exist for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Yet, scientific research has found only some of these interventions to be effective. The interventions that researchers have shown to be effective are called evidence-based practices (EBPs).
Behavioral Science in the 21st Century
As it pertains to OBM, few who practice in the area have the BCBA credential, and the authors discuss many reasons for this, related to the nature of the work, pay sources, and other practical considerations.
Early Start Denver Model
At the heart of the ESDM is the empirical knowledge-base of infant-toddler learning and development and the effects of early autism. ESDM intervention is provided in the home by trained therapists and parents during natural play and daily routines.
Autism Diagnostic Criteria
The CDC “Learn the Signs. Act Early.” campaign has created this kit for childcare and early education providers, rich in developmentally appropriate games and activities for children 3-5 years of age. This free kit also contains information about monitoring developmental milestones and tips for talking to parents when a developmental delay is suspected.
There are many intervention methods currently in practice for individuals with autism. However, not all of them have research to support their effectiveness. Over three decades of research have shown that intensive behavioral interventions can lead to both short and long-term improvements in functioning.