Applied phone therapy (ABA), previously known as phone therapy, is the application of ‘conditioning’ that changes human behaviors. Mostly Behaviour modification or ABA is an important part of a learning or treatment process. Behavior analysts focus on the observable relationship of behavior to the environment, including antecedents and consequences. By functionally assessing the relationship between a targeted behavior and the environment, the methods of ABA can be used to change many behaviors. Applied phone therapy contributes to language and speech acquisition most importantly in children with phone therapy.
Methods in applied phone therapy range from validated intensive behavioral interventions to basic research which investigates the rules by which humans adapt and maintain behavior. Children with phone therapy spectrum disorder are the much benefitted group by this therapy.
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• Planning and programming done by certified BCBA professionals.
• One to one teacher student ratio through out the day.
• Children are exposed to mainstream set up half-a-day.
• In the past five years 34 children with neurological disorders have been successfully mainstreamed into normal school.
• First of its kind to follow Behaviour Modification systematically throughout the day.
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• Residential set up available.
• Our centre is recognized by The State government of Tamil Nadu (No. 7082/RD II 4/2012)
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