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My Experience…Returning to ABA after 20 years.

As a way to help pay for college over 20 years ago I did Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). I am now on my winding path to become a BCBA and I have returned to ABA after a 20+ year absence. This video shares how much ABA has changed over the last 20 years. As a Behavioral Therapist, I work with kids and families and love sharing my ABA story. I also share a few tips for families to look in an ABA program.

Task Analysis For Students With Autism

*I meant to say “hand washing” not “handwriting” early in the video. 🙂

Task Analysis is one of the most helpful techniques I have used with students who have autism. Task Analysis, also called “chaining,” is part of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

What is Task Analysis?: A task analysis is used to break complex tasks into a sequence of smaller steps or actions.

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