Behaviour intervention refers to teaching your child necessary skills using the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA).
Reinforcement, prompting, shaping and chaining are a few of the strategies that we use ensuring that there are many opportunities for learning, and that high levels of reinforcement occur for demonstration of desired skills.
Written programs / teaching plans will outline for the Instructor Therapists how to teach your child skills using the principles of ABA.
Data will be gathered every session by the Instructor Therapists as a means to measure and monitor your child’s progress. Some programs may require your involvement; we will work with you to help you learn how to teach your child using the strategies that have been identified as effective for your child during therapy sessions.
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