Spring Spirit Week
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
5M ago
Get ready for an awesome adventure filled with fun, friends, and lots of ways to help you succeed! From the littlest kids to the big kids, to make learning exciting during ABA sessions. Our team loves making a fun place for you to learn and play, whether you're at our place or joining us online. Come be part of making new friends and having a blast with ACES! Don't miss our Spring Spirit Week! We'll have special days where we dress up, play games! Talk to your ACES Supervisor about joining us in your ACES Center to participate in the corresponding spirit week themed programming to bring even ..read more
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What Is an Example of ABA Therapy? 
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
5M ago
ABA Therapy, or applied behavior analysis therapy, is a type of autism therapy designed to help children with autism learn new skills and reduce problem behaviors. It is characterized by careful observation, measurement, and analysis of behavior in order to understand the relationships between the environment, behavior, and learning.  ABA therapy focuses on making changes in a child’s environment to increase desirable behaviors and reduce undesired behaviors. ACES is here with some examples of what ABA therapy is and how it helps children with autism. Find an ACES location near you and co ..read more
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How Often Do Kids Go to ABA Therapy?
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
5M ago
Welcome to ACES! If you or a loved one is impacted by autism, we offer a variety of therapies at our center. For decades, we have been a trusted team of caring and professional individuals, and Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) is a therapy with which our team has extensive experience. This blog explores what to expect from ABA therapy, and we encourage you to read below to discover more. Contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.  What Is ABA Therapy?  ABA therapy aims to help increase communication and social skills, improve focus and academics, and decrease harmf ..read more
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What to Look for in a Behavioral Technician
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
6M ago
The Best Behavioral Technicians Share These Features Being a Behavioral Technician requires the same skill set as many other jobs, like being detail-oriented and hard-working. However, there are five features that make BTs stand out in their field. Apply Today! Professionalism As a BT, you will be tasked with visiting your clients’ homes and interacting with parents, children and on occasion, with extended family members. Because of this, BTs should always carry a professional demeanor that allows them to succeed within their role. Being professional includes dressing appropriately, c ..read more
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Laughter Is Medicine Too: Helping Individuals with Autism Understand and Use Humor
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
1y ago
What the Research Says “There exists sufficient evidence to suggest that laughter has some positive, quantifiable effects on certain aspects of health. In this era of evidence-based medicine, it would be appropriate for laughter to be used as a complementary/alternative medicine in the prevention and treatment of illnesses.” (Mora-Ripoll, 2011) Although there is research showing that individuals with autism and Asperger syndrome are impaired in the area of humor appreciation, there is some evidence showing that humor can be understood, taught and displayed by individuals affected by auti ..read more
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3-4 Month Milestones
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
1y ago
As a new parent, tackling milestones and learning about your new baby is an exciting time, but can also come with a world of worry and uncertainty. If you have a young child and suspect they may have autism, our team offers early intervention programs designed to help you and your child navigate the world and maximize their potential! Throughout early developmental stages, potential signs of autism may manifest, and an early diagnosis can help set you and your child up for success! At ACES, our team offers supportive services, therapies, and programs! Adaptive and Cognitive Milestones Adap ..read more
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Tips For Finding A Daycare For A Child With Autism
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
1y ago
When you’re caring for a child with autism, as their guardian or parent, you want what’s best for them! However, being at home with them all the time isn’t always a viable option, and many parents need daycare for their child in order to go to work, complete tasks outside of the house, or even just to spend some adult-only quality time with friends or loved ones. If you’re looking for daycare for your child with autism, you may be overwhelmed with figuring out where to start and how to find the right daycare for your child. Figuring out which daycare providers have the ability to offer accommo ..read more
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How To Talk To Others About Your Child With Autism
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
1y ago
As a parent, you know that it’s important to have a support system and a community while raising your child in order to help your child grow, socialize, and learn everything they can about the world around them. However, if you have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, that community and support system may feel more intimidating. If you don’t already know other parents, family members, or community members who understand autism or have autism, it can be scary to bring it up to others and discuss your child’s autism. However, at ACES ABA, our team is dedicated to helping the parents, chi ..read more
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ACES Client Graduations – The Ultimate Goal
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
1y ago
An ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) Graduation is one of the most special and impactful successes a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their family can experience in a lifetime. ABA is never meant to be a forever treatment. Rather, BCBAs and ABA clinicians at ACES focus on treating the very specific and individualized needs of each individual with autism as they come to ACES for ABA services and support. In addition to the goals and outcomes the individual with autism and their family strives for, ACES clinicians stive to greatly reduce or eliminate the symptoms of autism. ?> ..read more
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Summer Readiness
ACES ABA Blog
by ACES
1y ago
With spring breaks coming to an end, summer is just around the corner. Although it may seem far off, now is the time to start planning and scheduling for your child to make Summer a success. Tips for Successful Summer Planning: Keep It Simple Make It a Routine Use Structure, but Allow for Free Play Roll with it Keep It Simple As a parent, the thought of planning and preparing every detail for an event, vacation or entire season can become overwhelming. Take it easy on yourself and keep it simple when planning. Start by making a list of activities your child enjoys. See below for my ow ..read more
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