Applied Behavior Analysis Methodology

Applied Behavior Analysis Methodology
Applied Behavior Analysis Methodology
Applied Behavior Analysis Methodology

Applied Behavior Analysis Methodology

  1. Increase the incidence of good behaviors and reduce the occurrence of behaviors are not good
  2. Scientific foundations of behavior
  3. The product of 40 years of practical work at the hands of researchers and specialists
  4. Its basic components (behavior - reinforcement - memorization and induction of various types of assistance to achieve independence)
  5. Application a therapeutic intervention plan that includes specific strategies
  6. Data collection throughout the application period
  7. Modification in the plan if necessary and follow up with continuation

The importance of the methodology of applied behavior analysis:

  1. Is an actual application of an principle (information - intervention plan - application)
  2. Communicate positively with all parties (exchange of information - training methods - results)
  3. Pressure relief
  4. Fragmentation of skill and logical gradation
  5. Avoid randomization in training and clarity of goals
  6. A fundamental pillar in the work of each specialist in the Autism Department
  7. Is officially recognized as a treatment-basis for autism and some special cases of behavioral disorders
  8. Create a comprehensive integrated plan suitable for children with autism supported by the booster
  9. Used anywhere and anytime
  10. Can be applied by anyone

Stages ABA approach:

start stage of approach Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) :
-Attention Skills:
sit independently to facilitate visual communication
-Tradition skills:
For simple, large and oral movements
-Emotional Language Skills:
Imitate the sound and use the expression "yes-no" as simple answers to questions
-Skills before the academic stage:
Interview and completion of activities independently
Continuity by identifying shapes, colors and letters
-Self-care skills:
as an example,
eating independently or changing clothes or bathroom skills
Middle stage of approach (ABA) :
Attention Skills:
- confirmation on activating visual communication and accompanying response as name-
Tradition skill:
- Imitating the relay as copying simple images
- Connect the movement with sound
Expressionist language:
- That he has the ability to form sentences of two or three requests for his need and desire
- Give a label based on performance
- Sharing information with others
- Ask why?
Pre-academic skills:
- Comparison and classification
- Uses the concept of more and less
- Write the names
- Color inside the frame
Self-care skills:
- Wear clothes as coat, for example, independently
- Wearing the shoe
- Use the bathroom

 Advanced stage of ABA :

* Attention Skills:
- Visual communication during the conversation
* Tradition skill:
Imitation of complex actions
- Play with peers and verbal response with them
* Acceptance Language Skills:
- Follow three-step orders
- Identifying similarities and differences
* Expressionist language:
- Expression using "I do not know"
- He tells the story he heard
- Calls past events
* Academic Skills:
- Complete Models
- Read the names = Named letters and sounds
- Determines the meaning of the word
- Arrange numbers
* social skills :
- Answering the questions of his colleagues
- Responds to play initiatives with colleagues
- Displays and accepts the help of colleagues
* School readiness:
- Adheres to the queue
- Responds when called by his name
- Raise his hand to participate
- Follows a set of instructions
* Self-care skill:
Cleaning teeth
- He closes his clothes

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