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Frequently Asked

1. Should I choose ABA therapy or daycare? Or should I do both at the same time?

In a daycare setting, the educators may not be trained to work with children with ASD. They may not know how to address the needs and behaviors of ASD, especially in a setting with a large number of children. ABA is an intervention method for people on the autism spectrum, and it tends to be one-on-one or small-group instruction. There are benefits to both ABA therapy and daycare.  However, the earlier we intervene for an ASD diagnosis, the better the results.


2. When should I bring my child to ABA therapy?

It is most beneficial for children to receive therapy in the morning. For example, 3-year-olds have the best concentration span in the morning.


3. How many hours per week is the ideal amount of ABA therapy?

Each child’s therapy and course should be decided by the child’s unique situation.


4. At what age should my child start ABA therapy?

Children should undergo corresponding intervention treatment when they are found to have related symptoms.


5. What kind of organization is considered legitimate?

Organizations managed by BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst).


6. What do parents need to do for their children at home?

While ABA therapists help children improve and learn necessary skills, it would highly benefit parents to learn intervention skills to practice in the home. Parents are the most direct means of intervention in what is presumably the child's most comfortable setting, their home.


7. Does the organization provide a shuttle service?

The HOPE Center provides shuttle services for children.


8. Are parents allowed to sit in on an ABA session?

Generally speaking, parents are not supposed to be involved when they put their children in training institutions. If the parents are present during therapy, children may not learn to be independent and cooperate in the new environment.


9. How do parents learn about the child’s progress?

After each therapy session, parents can communicate with the ABA therapist to
discuss their child's progress.


10. What is the ABA’s class setting?

Generally, ABA therapy is a one-on-one training, based on the child's current

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