EIBI and ABA: What are They?

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) refers to the scientific study of behaviour, we apply this to make positive and meaningful changes in our learners’ lives. Utilising ABA means making changes in the environment and our behaviours as educators and parents so that our kids can benefit. Program decisions are driven by data and target behaviours are positively reinforced. Using ABA strategies in therapy for autistic children is an evidence based practice – It creates positive lifelong changes.

Skills we help children develop in ABA therapy include:

At Cheeky Raspberries we use ABA to teach young children new skills, become more independent and assertive, and overcome challenges they face.

If you’d like further information on ABA you can read more on the:

Cheeky Raspberries specialises in Early Intensive Behavioural Intervention (EIBI)

You can read more about EIBI on the Raising Children Network.