Transitions – those shifts from one activity or environment to another – are an intrinsic part of a child’s life. They can be stepping stones… Read More »Prevent Meltdowns By Transitioning Effectively With These 4 ABA Tips
Challenging Behaviour and ABA
Function-based intervention is an important part of what we do.
What do you do before you go to bed? I’m sure you have a routine and you do the same things almost every night. Today’s topic is all about how to develop a bedtime routine for kids.
Independent activity schedules, often referred to as IAS, are common in many ABA programs and classrooms. Today we will address why independent activity schedules are useful.
Feeding problems in kids with autism is very common. A lot of times these children become very rigid with what they will and will not eat. On this blog, we’re explaining how to introduce new foods to kids. Not only children, but young adults as well.
Scripting in kids is very common for kids with autism. But what should we do when it interferes with learning new skills? This video blog is all about scripting, why we all do it and what we can do as professionals to help kids when it starts to interfere with progress.
We have all heard the textbook examples of the toddler having a tantrum in the grocery store check-out for access to candies and chocolate bars.… Read More »Functional Communication Training (FCT) and Replacement Behavior
I once worked with a client who was doing really well with his programs, developing skills, and accomplishing goals. However, he had a “behaviour” that… Read More »When is Behaviour Worth Targeting for Reduction?