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Thrive Autism Solutions Blog

Thrive Autism Solutions Now Open in Little Rock!

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Jun 19, 2018 10:20:00 AM

Thrive Autism Solutions is now open in Little Rock, Arkansas! We are pleased to be the largest ABA therapy provider in Arkansas and Missouri. We are beyond excited to bring our top quality therapy programs and support services to the families of Little Rock and surrounding area.

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Tags: ABA Therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism

What is the Behavior Analyst Certification Board - BACB?

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Feb 8, 2018 1:00:00 PM

What is the BACB and why is it important?

Behavior Analyst Certification Board - BACB - is the organization that oversees the credentialing of behavior analysts in the United States and internationally. The BACB was developed in 1998. Consumers of behavior analysis services, the government, and behavior analysts wanted a way to ensure ethical and quality services were being provided.

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Tags: Applied Behavior Analysis, Credentialing

Autism and Running Away: Preventing Kids from Wandering

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on May 15, 2017 6:47:20 AM

If you’ve ever felt the fear of realizing that your child is missing, you know it is a feeling you never forget. Parents know, and research confirms, that children with autism are more likely to “wander” or “elope” – in other words, they will leave their house or immediate area without alerting an adult.

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Tags: ABA Therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Tips, Safety

What Is ABA Therapy?

Posted by Thrive Autism Solutions on Mar 6, 2017 10:54:00 AM

Applied Behavior Analysis, or “ABA,” is the use of scientific principles of behavior and learning to change or improve a child’s interactions with other people and items in his or her environment.   Applied Behavior Analysis is an evidence based practice, meaning decades of research have shown that the strategies are effective in changing behavior.  We know this to be true, because a good Applied Behavior Analysis program has specific goals and data to support whether a child is making progress towards those goals! 

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Tags: ABA Therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Evidence Based Practice