ABA Blog

Welcome to the ABA Therapy Solutions’ Blog!

ABA Therapy Solutions is committed to providing content useful to visitors to our website. Each week we will scan different online resources in search of articles and videos that may be of interest to the ABA community in our ABA Blog.

ABA Therapy Solutions began in 2012 by Linda Peirce, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who has worked in schools, homes, and community settings. Her educational background includes a degree in Psychology, a Master’s in Educational Psychology, and all but her dissertation in Exceptional Student Education.

Our team of Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Behavior Assistants, and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) have years of experience working with individuals diagnosed with autism and related disabilities. Whether we are providing services in your home, in the community, or schools, our priority is your child. Our mission at ABA Therapy Solutions is to teach your child socially significant behaviors with a family-centered approach.

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As a developmental and behavioral pediatrician who works primarily with students with special needs, such as autism, global developmental delays,
Teaching handwriting in elementary school is getting huge support from research in cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Some state legislatures are
The final day of the Next Stage Transitions Workshop at the Center for Applied Drama and Autism (CADA) is known as “The
One Florida teen went out of his way to ensure American flags are hung properly and proudly for local businesses.
Xavier DeGroat, a Michigan college student, just completed a landmark internship at the White House, adding to an already impressive list of accomplishments for
What is Positive Reinforcement? At ABA Therapy Solutions we take pride in focusing on your child’s individual strengths and positive
Kate, a stay-at-home mom who lives in Colorado with her kids and husband, Steve, is continually inspired by their three children, all
What is Negative Reinforcement? Last month we discussed positive reinforcement.  We understand that the use of reinforcement is significant in

For more information, read the CDC’s recommendations on ABA treatment.

CDC launches Autism Data Visualization Tool

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