ABA Study

New research disputes a previous study involving the efficacy of EIBI/ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) and investigates whether it actually produces adverse effects and can even be harmful.

A new study published in JAMA Pediatrics involving 9,038 young autistic children has confirmed what we have known for decades. The research disputes the “study” from the ‘80s that had said that intensive ABA works.  Autism is a neurodevelopmental issue, and ABA-based behavioral skill-based intervention is minimally effective, at best, and fails to address the foundational sensory, neurodevelopmental issues. 

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