ABA Therapy

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What is Applied Behaviour Analysis?
Applied Behavior Analysis or ABA is a therapy given to children who engage in challenging behavior or have delays in reaching their developmental milestones. The therapy is evidence-based and proven to work and can be modified as per child’s specific needs & interests. It’s delivered in one-on-one sessions.
What problem does ABA solve?
We need to understand that children don’t engage in challenging behaviours deliberately. There are certain skills missing in the child which helps him to communicate or cope with the situation. The children who have developmental delays in the areas of language & speech, social skills, imitation skills, play skills, etc, problem behaviour becomes their only channel to express their unmet needs because they only rely on behaviours which were previously reinforced. ABA looks after these particular areas of growth. It teaches the child corrective behaviour as well as teaches them daily living skills. Developmentally, every child is different, hence the therapy is designed catering to his/her specific needs.
ABA helps in improving skills
  • Teaches daily living skills
  • Improves language & communication
  • Increases play skills and helps the child socialize
  • Cognitive development
  • Strengthening visual perceptual skills
  • Reduces problem behaviours
  • Boosts academic skills
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ABA Is Evidence Based!
The American Psychological Association (APA) considers Applied Behaviour Analysis as an evidence-based practice. ABA is the only therapy that receives reimbursement by insurance companies in the United States for paediatric behavioural disorders. Apart from the USA, it is the standard of care in Canada, Australia and the Middle East. Multiple studies on the effectiveness of ABA have shown significant improvements in daily living skills, increase in communication & language, play skills, socialization, and growth in academic skills among children.
ABA involves parents equally
The biggest benefit of Applied Behavior Analysis is that parents can also take training to manage their child’s behavior. Whatever skills that are taught to the child in a center; parents can implement those practices at home. If parents face any difficulty, they can consult their behavior analyst or supervisor in a bi-weekly session.


Speech Therapy

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Personalized speech intervention in person
Speech Delay & Language Delay is another challenge for children at the age of 2 to 3 years. They find it difficult to verbally communicate or express their needs and when those needs are unmet, they communicate through the skills which they know or were previously reinforced i.e. problem behaviours.

A child having delayed speech faces challenges in making sounds to say words correctly.

Whereas, a child with language delay is able to speak words and pronounce them properly. It is difficult for them to speak phrases or complete sentences. Also, they have a tough time understanding others.

In sessions, the speech therapist improves the child’s articulation by modeling words and sentences correctly while playing. The child gets reinforcement for repeating the words or sentences after the therapist.

Also the therapist runs language intervention while playing with the child by showing toys, books and pictures, and improves the child’s vocabulary and grammar with the help of repetition activities.


Occupational Therapy

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Personalized speech intervention in person
Occupational Therapy mainly focuses on developing skills through play. The therapy improves the daily living activities that are essential for children such as self care, emotional regulation, motor skills, sensory skills, playing & socialization, and other activities they do at school and at home.

Children who find learning daily activities difficult, the occupational therapist breaks these complex tasks in small steps which they can grasp easily. They are able to master skills like writing, eating, putting on clothes, etc, and do it independently.

Occupation therapy improves motor coordination like using both the hands, helps the child sit still & concentrate, and teaches materials used in school like pencil, ruler, eraser & sharpener.

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