Do BCBAs Work in Schools? 
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by Anya Short
4d ago
A Closer Look at ABA Therapy at School: Collaboration and Support  When it comes to providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy at school, Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) can play a crucial role in supporting students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in educational settings.  Collaboration and support are key components of ABA technicians’ work in schools. In order to provide ABA at schools, BCBAs and RBTs work closely with educators, parents, and other professionals to develop personalized behavior treatment plans, implem ..read more
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Navigating the Complexities of Food Selectivity and ASD
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by Anya Short
1M ago
Food is a big part of our lives! Most of us eat multiple times a day, in many places, with many different people, so we might not always think about the complexities of eating. For some, though, experiences with food might look a little different, and can become challenging for families to navigate. Many studies have shown that feeding difficulties are quite common in children with autism (ASD), typically presenting as food selectivity.  You might think that food selectivity is just picky eating, but it is important to note that food selectivity can significantly impact a child’s growth a ..read more
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BlueSprig Woodstock – End of Summer Beach Bash!
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by Whitney Heath
1M ago
Join us at BlueSprig in Woodstock, GA, for an unforgettable End of Summer Beach Bash! We’re transforming our location into a tropical paradise filled with beach-themed activities, a bounce house, and much more. Whether you’re participating in fun games or simply soaking up the festive atmosphere, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Don’t miss this chance to celebrate the end of summer with family, friends, and the wonderful BlueSprig community. Mark your calendars and get ready for a day of sun, smiles, and seaside fun! "*" indicates required fields Name First Last Email* Primary Phone ..read more
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What Is An RBT?
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by Anya Short
1M ago
The Integral Role of RBTs in ABA Therapy  In the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) play a crucial role in helping individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities improve their quality of life. Similar to Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), RBTs are essential members of therapy teams who work directly with clients to implement behavior intervention plans.    Understanding the Role of an RBT  RBTs are the backbone of any ABA therapy team. They provide hands-on, day-to-day interventions that help shape ..read more
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Can ABA Therapy Help With Severe Behavior?
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by Anya Short
1M ago
Hope for Caregivers: ABA Therapy for Severe Behavior   Parents and caregivers of individuals with autism who exhibit severe behaviors often face challenges when seeking the right therapy program. Behaviors such as aggression, self-injury, elopement, and property destruction can be dangerous and present risk of injury to both individuals themselves and others. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy can address and improve severe behavior, offering hope and support to caregivers in need of guidance.    Understanding ABA Therapy and Its Application in Severe Behavior  AB ..read more
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Can My Child Start ABA Therapy Without An Autism Diagnosis?
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by Anya Short
1M ago
The benefits of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy have been well documented across ABA research fields, but is it attainable without an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis?  If you suspect your child may have autism, are waiting for a diagnosis, or think ABA therapy might be helpful for your child that has another developmental delay or learning disability, you may wonder if your child can start receiving therapy without an autism diagnosis.  Understanding ABA Therapy ABA therapy is a scientifically proven approach that focuses on understanding and improving behaviors by a ..read more
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Clinical and Leadership Conferences for BlueSprig BCBAs
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by Anya Short
1M ago
Unlocking Potential: The Power of Conferences for BCBAs Conferences for BCBAs are not just gatherings. In fact, they are powerful platforms for fostering learning, and driving innovation in the field of ABA therapy. At BlueSprig, we recognize the critical role that conferences play in the ongoing professional growth and development of our BCBAs. With that in mind, we choose to host both annual clinical and leadership conferences. Through these gatherings, our BCBAs gain invaluable insights, engage with research, and connect with both peers and experts. These opportunities further enhance their ..read more
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How Does ABA Therapy Help Social Skills?
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by Anya Short
1M ago
Social skills are essential in building connections and maintaining relationships in a child’s life.  Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is an evidence-based approach that focuses on introducing and developing critical social skills that individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) need to succeed. This may be anything from teaching a child how to approach a peer to ordering a meal at their favorite restaurant. Children with autism often have difficulties with social skills and communication, so ABA therapy treatment plans are designed to foster those skills in a tailored learning ..read more
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How Do BCBAs and RBTs Help with Early Intervention?
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by Anya Short
1M ago
A Closer Look at Clinician Involvement with Early Intervention Children with autism are now able to receive earlier diagnoses, leading to earlier treatment opportunities. Early Intervention ABA therapy has been shown to have a significant impact on a child’s development, especially in areas such as communication and social skills. Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) play a crucial role in early intervention treatment for autism. By examining the fundamental principles, essential skills, and positive outcomes associated with early intervention th ..read more
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What Is Early Intervention and How Can It Improve Outcomes for Kids with ASD?
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by Anya Short
1M ago
When it comes to supporting children with autism, Early Intervention (EI) can make a significant difference in their development and overall well-being. Early Intervention is a crucial component of treatment for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Early intervention is one of the best treatments used in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, and can have a truly transformative impact on the lives of children with autism. Unveiling Early Intervention: What Is It Exactly? Early Intervention is a tailored approach designed to meet the unique needs of young learners either di ..read more
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