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ABA Center for Special Needs

ABA Center for Special Needs

ABA center for special needs is a private not-for-profit organization designed to help children and young adults with special needs such as developmental disabilities, autism, pervasive development disorder, asperger’s syndrome, attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, developmental delays, down syndrome and cerebral palsy.

The ABA center delivers a broad curriculum tailored to each student based on their Individual Education Plan (IEP). Through a process called Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy students learn to develop a love for learning and reach their full potential so that they are able to communicate and interact with their family, the community and experience all that life has to offer.

Update on June 26, 2015 | Reviewed by David on June 30, 2012

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  1. Morning Bell says
    December 26, 2013, 1:14 pm

    Hello,being a parent you should do real research before you starting ABA therapy for your child . Always check whether the therapist is supervised by a board certified behavior analyst regularly. Therapy programs should be written and weekly monitored by a certified behavior analyst. Google for “BACB[US] certified Autism and Behavioral Consultants in Dubai” to get the list. Make sure you Google “How to choose an a ABA therapist” etc to get the proper information about how to execute this effectively.

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  2. Mohammed says
    December 20, 2013, 8:42 am

    I am a parent of an autistic boy. I had gone to this center a couple of years before and my son received their service for more than two years.

    They returned my son as a normal child and now he is studying in a mainstream school. Even if he shows little bit autism features, now he is a totally new self dependent individual.

    I appreciate the school owner and the entire team and especially the center manager, and asha susan who is really really expert in this aba therapy, and very sincere in her profession. God Bless.

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    • Jabeen says
      April 20, 2015, 2:29 pm

      How old was your child when you admitted him here ?
      How is he doing now ? I am looking for help for my child.

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  3. Tony says
    November 3, 2013, 5:56 pm

    Very sincere and professional approach.They r good.

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