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Children who receive intensive ABA treatment make larger improvements in more skill areas than do children who participate in other interventions (Vismara & Rogers, 2010).

The parents of the children who receive intensive ABA report greater reductions in daily stress than do parents whose children receive other treatments (Vismara & Rogers, 2010).

Several long-term, large-scale controlled studies have demonstrated that children who receive more than 25 hours per week of ABA make tremendous gains, with some participants achieving functioning within the average range for their age, after a year (Granpeesheh, et al., 2009).

Comprehensive applied behavior analysis interventions are associated with significantly improved outcomes relative to public education services  after a 2 year period (Zwaigenbaum, et al., 2015).

Research has shown that virtually all areas of human functioning are affected in a positive way for older children with autism who participate in ABA (Granpeesheh, et al., 2009).

"Children who are completely non-verbal who begin intervention in the early pre-school years are far more likely to become verbal" (Koegel, 2000).

"Research today shows that fewer than 10% of individuals with ASD will remain non-verbal with intervention" (Koegel, 2000).

"Early intervention increases the likelihood of improved long-term outcomes" (Koegel, Koegel, Ashbaugh, Bradshaw, 2014).

 

Disruptive behaviors exhibited by children with ASD are often avoided, reduced, or eliminated, with early intervention focused functional communication  (Koegel, Koegel, Ashbaugh, Bradshaw, 2014).

"Untreated symptoms of ASD become more abundant and severe later in life, requiring more costly interventions" (Koegel, Koegel, Ashbaugh, Bradshaw, 2014).

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Benefits of Applied Behavior Analysis