Why Boycott 1
Behavior intervention is one of the most popular treatments for autism. It’s a type of therapy that helps children learn to control their behavior. The goal is to teach them how to act appropriately in different situations and make decisions on their own.
Empowering Children with Autism
Behavior interventions can help children with autism acquire life skills that might otherwise be difficult for them to learn.
And the best part about it is that you don’t have to see a therapist for this treatment because these strategies can easily be integrated into your child’s daily routine.
Applied behavior analysis
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that helps children with autism learn skills. The goal of ABA is to improve social responsiveness and make it easier for the child to participate in family, school, work and other daily activities.
In therapy sessions, therapists would teach the child appropriate behaviors. The child will learn how to respond to different situations by practicing how to behave in those situations.