About ABA Intervention

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a science-based behavior intervention.
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ABA Intervention

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a professional technology with more than 60 years of practical research and numerous successful cases around the world.


ABA, developed in the 1960s by Professor Ivar Lovaas, improves the lives of children with autism and their families. It offers groundbreaking methods studied in over a thousand scientific researches for effective autism treatment. 


ABA prioritizes teaching essential social behaviors for immediate and long-term benefits. For instance, learning self-help skills provide immediate benefits towards independence more than algebra does. 


In the past, ABA was seen as rigid, but it has evolved. ABA now emphasizes individualized approaches, data analysis, and step-by-step skill breakdown for effective teaching. 


ABA is not limited to one-on-one therapy; it is suitable for schools, playgroups, and rehabilitation centers. Find qualified therapists through the Behaviors Analyst Certification Board (BACB) website. 

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Key Concepts of ABA Intervention


Analyse how environmental factors affect children's behavior based on scientific theories


Treatment technology will be continuously updated and proven effective through research results


By recording and collecting data to analyse children's specific behaviors


By observing and measuring children's behavioral changes and conduct objective analysis

What ABA Intervention Teaches Children with Autism?

ABA is versatile, extending beyond severe autism. It applies effective principles, observes behavior, and breaks down skills. 

It covers areas like behavioral problems, language development, social skills, self-care, independence, and play skills, making it comprehensive. 

Let’s explore behavioral therapy training in detail.

1. Learning to Learn Behaviors

Children with autism often experience learning difficulties, like wandering, lack of attention, and disruptive behaviors. By teaching learning to learn behaviors, such as sitting nicely and paying attention, students can enhance their focus and learning efficiency.

2. Help Language Development and Induce Communication

Children with autism encounter various language difficulties, including delayed speech and limited communication with others. ABA intervention prioritizes language development and communication motivation. ABA effectively enhances pronunciation, comprehension, sentence construction, and application, promoting overall language skills development. 


3. Training Social Skills

ABA intervention enhances social interests and skills in children with autism through enjoyable play and perspective-taking. Through playing social games such as Mr. Wolf and Hedbanz, it helps improve communication, sharing, and peer interactions, addressing challenges in play skills and social interactions with peers.

4. Handling Behavioral Problems

Children with autism exhibit challenging behaviors like stubbornness and moodiness, leaving parents and teachers feeling helpless. ABA intervention identifies the cause of problem behavior and teaches appropriate replacement behaviorsIt also emphasizes generalizing learned skills to other settings such as home and school. 

5. Improving Self-help skills

ABA intervention assists parents of children with autism in addressing both self-care challenges. It systematically trains children in tasks like toileting, dressing, self-feeding, and packing school bags, thus promoting independence.

Additionally, it aims to improve concentration and independence, incorporating tasks such as tidying toys and completing homework alone, enabling children to work independently with improved focus and reduced need for constant supervision.

Our ABA works better

Based on our experience, the treatments we develop are based on applied behaviors analysis with proven success. 

We have many successful cases who have been able to return to mainstream schools. 

All rounded programs

Our courses are tailor-made according to the various needs of children. 

Generalization of learned skills

Our tailor-made programs focus on enabling children to apply the skills they learn in their daily lives. 

Intensive supervision

We provide weekly supervision for each child to ensure the best possible outcome. 

Constant communication

Our services are highly transparent, daily reports by the therapist and monthly clinical meetings with the consultant are ensured.

Fun learning

We will add interesting elements to the treatment process to make the lessons more enjoyable and make the children enjoy the learning process. 

Our supervisors are BCBAs and QBAs

BCBA and QBA, which stand for “Board Certified Behavior Analyst” and “Qualified Behavior Analyst”, are international certified behavior analyst and are graduate-level certifications.

They are standards established by professionals and are constantly modified and updated to meet the changing needs of our society.

In order to provide better quality treatment services, all of our behavioral consultants are internationally certified analysts or are working towards a degree. 

From a Mile to a Smile

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