What is ABA Therapy? Infographic

Dive into the world of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with our engaging infographic that explains how this scientific approach can be used to understand and improve behaviors in a variety of settings. ABA is a versatile therapy that relies on evidence-based techniques to enhance positive behaviors and reduce undesirable ones. Our chart meticulously outlines who can benefit from ABA—ranging from individuals with autism to those with other developmental disabilities—and the types of professionals qualified to provide ABA therapy, ensuring a clear path for those seeking assistance.

The graphic also delves into the various types of ABA therapy, such as Discrete Trial Training (DTT) and Natural Environment Training (NET), and explains how each method is applied to support learning and development. It's not just the methodology that's flexible; ABA's application spans across environments like schools, homes, and therapeutic settings, each with tailored strategies for maximizing the therapy’s effectiveness. At school, ABA can be integrated into daily routines and classroom settings, while at home, it can promote consistency and support through structured tasks and schedules. In therapeutic contexts, ABA is instrumental in developing communication and social skills, as well as reducing challenging behaviors.

Our resource aims to inform and empower parents, educators, and therapists with comprehensive knowledge of ABA, providing a foundation for understanding and advocating for effective therapy that aligns with the unique needs of each individual.

Download our Guide for Families

We know that choosing a local ABA facility can be a hard decision. We’ve created an informational guide to help you understand more about the questions you should be asking while meeting with different providers.

Although we talk about our services here, our highest goal is for you to feel comfortable and knowledgeable about picking a provider that is the best fit for your needs. You are making a decision that will impact the entire trajectory of your child’s life!
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The cover of the NSPT Guide for Families, which helps families to figure out the questions to ask when picking an ABA provider.


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