We follow the scientific principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The most important principle we use is the rewarding of good behavior (reinforcement).
Helping children to learn new skills (prompting) is another important principle. We work with the child's interests, look at what they want and use their motivation to teach them new skills.
We teach these skills as much as possible during play in their normal environment, also known as Incidental Teaching. We divide new skills into small steps. Because the steps are small and help is given, the child does not make mistakes and learns the skills quickly and with pleasure. Another key part of the method is that the children take the initiative and develop further.
Each program is tailor-made to meet the needs of the child and the parents' wishes.
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