I asked our amazing BCBA (Board Certified Behavioral Analyst) and she kindly provided a little breakdown of how they plan it out.

What you have to realize is the success your child will have absolutely has to do with how good your vendor is and how good the person working with your child is.

That’s right!

They should be working WITH YOUR CHILD, and work THE WAY YOUR CHILD LEARNS.

This is so important!!

If ABA is something that is hurting your child and not helping then it is being done incorrectly.

Make sure you and your child are comfortable with the person that is working with them. It is vital in your child making progress and learning.

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