Generalization in ABA therapy, most simply and most practically, is the ability to utilize new skills in other settings and with other people. Generalization is an area that quality practitioners need to emphasize. Like we’ve said since the beginning, this is particularly challenging when a behavior analyst is only providing services in the center.
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Do you ever wonder if what you're doing matters much? If you're an RBT or a BCBA, you likely know how important it is to ensure that your programming is relevant and socially valid, especially when you're serving kiddos with autism who really need strategic plans in place. According to Montrose Wolf (1978), social validity in behavior analysis can be evaluated in 3 ways.
Autism is a word that has become familiar to many parents as 1 in 68 children in the U.S. are diagnosed with the disorder every year. Despite its prevalence, the range in severity and symptoms of autism has contributed to its perception of being a puzzle, and many parents remain confused about what it is and what to do. Knowing the facts and connecting with appropriate resources will help ease this sense of complexity for families.
The lectures included in the post address the concepts discussed in your text, yet with different perspectives and sources. Please view in order (top to bottom).
We recently explored and implemented a reinforcement system with certain features built in that takes the classic "marbles in a jar" to a whole new level. Interested? Well, you should be.