Absolute ABA UK is founded by Rachel Booth BCBA, providing individualised ABA therapy to children with Autism or with other additional needs (from 2-16 years of age). Depending on the child's individual needs, ABA therapy can be provided within the home, nursery, school or within the wider community. Absolute ABA UK’s goal is to provide ABA Services tailored to everyone's budget. We believe ABA therapy should be accessible to everyone.
Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) is a well-known therapy for supporting individuals with additional needs, it is the most popular therapy for supporting someone who has Autism. ABA also works with children without additional needs and in a range of other areas such as business; animal training; fitness and many more. ABA is a scientific method of improving socially significant behaviours of an individual. These include but are not exclusive to communication; reading; living skills; gross/fine motor skills; self-help; toileting; eating and many more.
The ABA process is completed through learning and motivation. Behaviours are analysed to help solve behavioural problems. ABA has been backed with many years of proven research that validate the treatments based on the ABA principles. ABA is successful due to the detailed systematic approach it brings. ABA breaks down tasks into smaller, more manageable steps which is proven to be most effective for our learners. ABA goals help improve an individual’s life by significantly increasing the important target behaviours while decreasing insignificant behaviours. This is all conducted through: natural environment, reinforcement, prompting, pairing, discrete trial teaching, and assessments.
ABA goals are to help improve an individual’s life, by impting, pairing, discrete trial teaching, and assessments.
ABA may benefit your child if they:
- Have an ASD diagnosis or other additional needs and are struggling to meet their developmental milestones.
- Has delays in language and communication.
- Has behaviours that are interfering with their learning or restrictive behaviour patterns.
- Finds it difficult to make friends or socially engage.
- Needs help with preschool/school readiness skills (foundation skills).
- Struggles with play skills Needs support with independence (toileting, eating, dressing etc).
- Needs support academically (reading, writing etc) and much more.
The level of dedication parents and family actively take will bring great value to the quality of your child's ABA program. If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch to find out what Absolute ABA UK can provide within your family's budget.
Our aim is to help each child develop skills to enrich their lives. Teaching them the skills to be as independent in all areas of everyday life and academics. A child with the right support can learn from their natural environment. We want to support our children develop the appropriate skills they need to be as independent as possible.
Contact us to see if your interested in learning more, find out what Absolute ABA UK can provide within your family's budget, will be more than happy to support you on your ABA journey now or in the future. Further information can be found on our website.