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Northern Kentucky ABA Therapy

  • ABA therapy is an intensive therapy that focuses on increasing an individual’s ability to be independent within their current environment. ABA seeks to reduce problem behaviors that individuals engage in that might create unsafe situations or limit their ability to learn. 
  • ABA therapy will analyze why an individual is engaging in these behaviors and teach an individual to engage in a socially appropriate replacement that gives them access to the same things. 
  • ABA should not seek to change the personality of the individual, but rather look at what will help an individual be more successful in life. Every person has a right to be who they are or want to be, it is our role as ABA therapists to help that person achieve that. 

ABA at Associates in Pediatric Therapy

  • We recommend somewhere between 2-20 hours for each client (Recommendations are made in block of 2)
  • Sessions are typically two hours long

 Two types of ABA-

  • Discrete Trial Teaching/Training (DTT): Teacher led, contrived situations, short trials out of context of when they might be used​​
  • Naturalistic Environment Training (NET): Child led, trials occur when the skill is needed​​​​
  • Initial ABA goals are to provide services in clinic and eventually expand to home/community services if the client needs it.

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