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ABA is not an intervention

Nichola Booth, MSc ABA Course Director and Lecturer in ABA and Autism, Queen’s University Belfast

There is a common misperception often cited that ABA is a ‘therapy for autism’ with the aim of ‘normalisation’. This is not the case. ABA is an applied science that focuses on the causes of socially significant behaviour change. In this session Nicola discusses why ABA is not an intervention.

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