Social, behavior, communication, self-care and communication skills are all important. Additionally, it can aid in taming undesirable behaviors like yelling, hostility, and inattention. The therapist specially trained to help an individual child become more independent without requiring them to conform to society’s expectations.
Learning theory forms the backbone the applied behavior theory (ABA). The concept comes in behavioral psychology. The researcher Dr. Ivar Lovaas from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) presented the very first study to examine the effectiveness of ABA methods with autistic young youngsters in 1987. Professor. John McEachin at UCLA was the researcher who conducted follow-up studies over a long period of time and published it in 1993. These theories are employed by ABA for helping autistic children learn new behavior. The method is to give children a pleasant experience when they make a change in their behavior. If a child points out a toy they want the parents may reward their child with the object. Go to the video for more.