Building Independence for Children with Autism
Many parents or guardians exploring autism treatment options are deeply concerned about their child’s ability to function independently, both in the present and later in life. ABA therapy first assesses where a child with autism is currently functioning with regard to independence and then identifies where they ideally would be functioning at their age. The goal of ABA therapy is to close that gap, helping children progress toward and eventually reach age-appropriate milestones for independence.
Interested in ABA therapy for your child?
What Independence Skills Does ABA Therapy Teach?
ABA therapy targets several sets of practical skills depending on the age of the child and the goals and values of their family. Those skills include:
For young children:
- Toilet training
- Packing their backpack
- Daily chores
- Making a snack
For children and adults:
- Setting alarms
- Writing a resume
- Job skills
- Doing the laundry
- Daily Chores
- Driving a car
- Attending appointments
- ABA Therapy for Children with Autism
- Common ABA Treatment Outcomes
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Interested in our services and inquiring about placement for your child?
We are now enrolling ages 2-6. Reach out today!