Applied Behavior Analysis Frequently Asked Questions

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About Applied Behavior Analysis

Welcome to SkyCare, your resource for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy. We are committed to helping each child reach their full potential and work to partner children and their families with qualified experts to coordinate and streamline a wide range of patient-centered, individualized treatment plans. A large part of what we do is educate and support parents of children with autism. By empowering you to fully understand the disorder and your child’s potential, you can be their biggest advocate.

It is common that parents of autistic children receiving ABA therapy services may get some training, but it is often very limited and not helpful in the home environment. SkyCare’s goal is to provide more thorough understanding of ASD and ABA to make the skills accessible for everyone with autism. Learn more about ABA, and find out what we can do to help you and your child(ren).

SkyCare’s ABA Approach


Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapeutic intervention for individuals with autism. ABA helps the autistic client improve social interactions and positive behaviors while learning new skills. ABA therapy helps transfer skills and behaviors from one situation to another, allowing patients to control situations where negative behaviors arise and minimize negative behaviors. Most importantly, ABA helps improve the quality of life and help them reach their full potential.

What is ABA therapy?
Does ABA therapy work for autism?
How can I find out if my insurance covers ABA and what do I need to access these services?
What are the services that I will be getting for my child and family? Will I be learning skills to work with him/her as well?
ABA is being recommended for my child. What is ABA and how does it compare to other treatments?
How can I ensure that my child will still remain the child I love? Will getting ABA change who he is?
When is the best time for my child to begin ABA therapy?
Is ABA appropriate for older children?
My provider said my child is just a little behind developmentally, but autism hasn’t been mentioned; is ABA therapy right for us?
My child is already seeing a speech therapist and an occupational therapist; is that enough?
What kind of progress can I expect to see in my child?
Why is ABA so important?
How many hours a week does an ABA program require?
How long will ABA therapy last?
What happens after an ABA program is completed?
Does ABA only help with behavior modification?
Can you get my child to do ____ / stop doing ____?
How much does ABA cost?
How do we get started?