ABA is a unique and well-established clinical discipline, supported by scientific evidence. Numerous studies have highlighted the efficacy of ABA interventions for young people with autism, and it is quite possibly one of the best examples of evidence-based practice in early intervention.
Irabina’s behaviour therapies are administered by a qualified Behaviour Technician and closely supervised by our Behaviour Analysts. Our Behaviour Analysts develop programs for children and young people that are delivered individually, catering to their specific needs.
At Irabina, we incorporate knowledge from over 50 years of research, compiled in hundreds of peer-reviewed papers, to follow a world’s best practice ABA model.
Every ABA Program at Irabina is customised to the family and young person’s individual goals. This may include focusing on:
Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) is a branch of science concerned with the application of basic principles of behaviour and learning. ABA is commonly practiced as a therapeutic intervention for individuals with autism, applying the science of how behaviour works to real-life situations.
ABA-based programs can help to increase communication skills; develop positive learning behaviours; decrease problem behaviours that interfere with daily-life and learning; and improve attention, social skills, memory and academics.
At Irabina we leverage ABA to develop programs scientifically proven to assist children and young people affected by autism.
At Irabina we are able to offer our ABA programs either in-person, or online using telehealth.
Telehealth sessions are delivered using our eHealth platform. These sessions are usually around 1 hour (compared to the minimum 3 hour blocks for in-person appointments), and are accessed using your phone, tablet or computer. Telehealth ABA sessions are ideal for people who find travelling to sessions difficult, who live regionally or who are currently required to stay at home.