Intensive ABA Services
Behavioral treatment involves complex decisions regarding both what to teach and how to teach. When a child demonstrates difficulty learning a skill, a good treatment team often considers other ways to teach the same skill or other skills to teach first. The team should also consider whether their treatment is being properly implemented. Below is a list of common mistakes in behavioral treatment programs.
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Motor Cycle Racer! Put the child on your lap, facing away from you, for a motorcycle ride. Use your fists as handlebars and rev up. Go around curves by leaning the child left or right with all important motorcycle sounds. Then crash!
Media Player! Work with the computer on, and Microsoft Media Player turned on. Set it to a song or punch line that the child likes to hear, and click start to play it while the child watches the light show.
Happy New Year! Blow and shake New Years Eve noise makers.
Tower Disaster! Set up a tower ten feet away and let the child run at it.
I've Got a Secret! Tell the child, "I have a secret," and when they listen up close, blow quiet raspberries to the ear.