Social skills are an important part of our lives even at a young age. We begin by playing next to others, but even this skill may not develop for children with Autism when they are young. Those with Autism may want to play alone and be away from others, they may even display problematic behaviors to stay away from other children. As they grow, language becomes a more important part of social interaction as without it how can one communicate with others.
In order to address these concerns, many parents have found ABA therapy to be a great service for their child. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) breaks down social, play, and language skills among other skills areas and uses play and reinforcement for children to learn and improve their social skills. This service can be provided both in-home as well as in places such as a community preschool setting. We welcome you to contact us to learn more about how our ABA services can help develop social skills, play, language and so much more.