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175 W. Lowry Ln, #104
Lexington KY 40503
USA

859.475.4305

Wilson Pediatric Therapy & Learning supports Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech Therapists, and Educational Interventionists in their pediatric practice.  

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy

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ABA is short for Applied Behavioral Analysis, and it is often described as the "gold standard" for autism treatment. Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) is a system of autism treatment based on behaviorist theories which, simply put, state that desired behaviors can be taught through a system of rewards and consequences. ABA is a service that is covered by health insurance.

ABA COMING FALL 2019

ABA FAQ:

What is ABA?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the application of the science of human behavior utilizing behavioral principles to help individuals make meaningful and socially significant behavioral changes. ABA interventions are:

  • Applied: deal with problems of demonstrated social importance

  • Behavioral: deal with measurable behavior

  • Analytic: require an objective demonstration that the procedures caused the effect 

  • Technological: described so they can be implemented by anyone with training and resources

  • Conceptual Systems: arise from a specific and identifiable theoretical base

  • Effective: produce strong, socially important effects

  • Generality: designed from the outset to operate in new environments and continue after the formal treatments have ended

How can ABA be used?

  • Decrease problem behaviors

  • Teach & increase socially significant behaviors

  • Teach socially appropriate behaviors

  • Develop & implement preventative strategies

  • Develop & implement reinforcement procedures

  • Teach how to more efficiently access one’s environment

What is a BCBA?

A board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) is a professional that has obtained a master’s level or doctorate degree in applied behavior analysis or a closely related field (e.g. school psychology, special education, etc.) with an emphasis in ABA. A BCBA has completed supervised fieldwork under the supervision of a BCBA and obtained national certification from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Refer to www.bacb.com for more information.

What does Wilson Therapy offer in ABA?

Wilson Therapy ABA implements evidence-based practices by offering individualized ABA treatment packages based on initial and ongoing assessments. ABA treatment packages include assessments, development of individualized skill acquisition programs, problem behavior identification and reduction, parent and family training consultations, and social groups. 

Wilson therapy ABA treatment focuses:

  • Problem Behavior Reduction

  • Social Skills

  • School Readiness Skills

  • Parent Training

  • Basic Communication Skills

  • Independent Play Skills

ASSESSMENTS UTILIZED:

  • VB-MAPP

  • Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS)

  • Assessment of Basic Language & Learning Skills (ABLLS-R)

  • PEAK: Relational Training System

  • Essentials for Living

  • PDD Behavior Inventory

  • Functional Analysis (FA)

  • Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA)

INTERVENTION & TREATMENT:

  • Natural Environment Training (NET)

  • Differential Reinforcement Procedures

  • Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT)

  • Functional Communication Training (FCT)

  • Parent Training

  • Three Step Prompting

  • Peer Modeling

  • School Consultation