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ABA therapy is the application of the concepts of Behaviour Analysis (BA) that rely on the basis that any form of behaviour is measurable and observable. Hence, positive strategies may be adopted to bring about changes in the observed behavioural responses of a child, thus effectively managing given problem behaviour. It is a scientifically proven, evidence-based behaviour management strategy that is widely used to help with behaviour problem solving and management.

This infographic created by North Shore Paediatric Therapy centre, shared from its original source, is found here. You can also refer to this blog on Help with Autism – Resources about ABA principles

Also consult this presentation about tips from Occupational therapist, Ms.Snehal Vaidya and ABA therapist Ms.Snigdha Indukuri about how to handle menstruation of your girl child to understand her unique sensory needs.

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Applied Behaviour Analysis, popularly known as ABA is an evidence-based means to observe, intervene and assess behavioural changes and provide the means to modify those everyday challenges, which in ABA terminology are referred to as target behaviours. ABA techniques teach skills to replace the problem behaviours so the child knows what “to do” rather than just what “not to do”.

DISCLAIMER: Please note that this guide on Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is for information purposes only. Please consult a qualified health practitioner for safe management

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