Empower ABA

ABA and Enhancing Social Skills: How do they do it? 

Social skills are essential for creating lasting relationships with others. This includes family, friends, or romantic partners. For individuals with autism, social skills often do not develop naturally and require targeted interventions and support. The term ‘social skills’ involves a variety of areas, including but not limited to: Understanding and responding to social cues Verbal and non-verbal

ABA and Enhancing Social Skills: How do they do it?  Read More »

Back To School Tips

Beginning school for children with Autism and other learning infringements can be a positive experience with careful planning, open communication, and a supportive environment. By preparing your child at home, while working collaboratively with school staff, you can help your child navigate this important milestone with confidence and ease. The beginning of school for children

Back To School Tips Read More »

Terms You Might Hear Your Child’s Therapist Use. Educate Yourself 

ABC data – antecedent behavior consequence. This is the basics of uncovering the root of a problematic behavior.Antecedent – what happened before the start of a behaviorBehavior – the behavior being discussedConsequence – whatever occurred directly following the behavior Ex. child talks during classAntecedent – child is bored/doesn’t understand the materialBehavior – child talksConsequence – child is sent out

Terms You Might Hear Your Child’s Therapist Use. Educate Yourself  Read More »

Skip to content