You’ve taken your child to the doctor. You’ve communicated with the school. You’ve filled out a million forms. You’ve answered a million questions. Now, at the end of what feels like an excruciatingly slow process, you’ve been told that your child has a disability. Now what?
Children need our guidance in developing their social skills. We believe that one of the best ways to teach social skills is to incorporate the tools from Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
Although it was originally used as therapy for individuals with ASD, it can be applied to all types of children!