As parents our instincts is to want to keep our children safe and protected in the environment. Children can come across a variety of risks to personal safety in their everyday interactions in the real world. These safety threats can
In-Home ABA Therapy allows the therapy to occur in a natural environment where the behaviors and skills taught are occurring for best results. The skills are then generalized into the community by attending various outings with the child.
This blog is about capturing naturally occurring ABA teaching moments using Natural Environment Teaching (Incidental Teaching and Time Delay Technique).
The therapeutic techniques used by the therapist are not always directly correlated to the effectiveness of the treatment. Rather, it is the relationship bond that develops between child and therapist that is the determining factor in the successful outcomes.