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Dr. Lapin talks ABA – What is it? ABA or school? – A presentation and Q&A
August 1 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm CDTFree
Please join Dr. Lapin, the director of clinical outreach at The Place for Children with Autism as we discuss all things ABA. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is endorsed by the CDC and US Surgeon General as being the most effective therapy for individuals with autism. But what really is it?
Families often have questions such as what is ABA therapy? Should my young child attend a comprehensive ABA program or the school? What are the costs/insurance coverage around ABA? Does my child need ABA?
There are so many questions related to ABA therapy that The Place is hosting this free and virtual workshop to explain ABA in more depth but also to answer your questions. The first 30-minutes of this workshop will be informational followed by a 30-minute Q&A
About The Host: Dr. Lapin is a doctorate level Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She has conducted research in the field of Autism and has been in the field of ABA for over 15 years.
About The Place: The Place for Children with Autism in an award winning and accredited autism therapy provider. The Place provides full day ABA therapy for children ages 2-6 in a school like setting. The model is unique in that therapy is provided in a setting that closely resembles a school with activities such as circle time, music, art, dance and a variety of other social activities. In addition, each child has a 1:1 therapist that specializes in increasing communication, social skills, independent living skills, and reducing challenging behavior. Need services? Contact an outreach specialist today: Contact Us