ABA therapy

ABA, or Applied Behavior Analysis, is a scientifically based and evidence-based therapeutic approach that focuses on understanding, analyzing, and modifying behavior. ABA therapy is widely used for addressing behavioral issues, especially in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), but it can also be applied to people with other developmental disorders and behavioral problems.

The main components of ABA therapy include the following:

1. Behavior Assessment: As a first step, an ABA therapist thoroughly assesses an individual's behavior to understand the reasons behind the behavior and its consequences. This involves describing the behavior, monitoring its frequency and intensity, and identifying potential behavior patterns.

2. Goal Setting: After assessment, therapists set specific and measurable goals they aim to achieve and develop individual therapy plans to teach desired behaviors and reduce undesirable ones.

3. Behavior Analysis and Monitoring: Therapists use various methods and techniques to analyze and monitor behavior. This may involve using charts and data to track behavior progress and make adjustments as needed.

4. Implementation of Therapy: ABA therapists employ various teaching and behavior modification strategies to help individuals achieve desired behaviors and skills. These strategies may include positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, behavior shaping, imitation, and other techniques.

5. Data-Driven Decision Making: Data is continuously collected and analyzed during therapy to monitor behavior progress and make necessary adjustments to the therapy plan.

6. Positive Reinforcement: ABA therapy emphasizes the use of positive reinforcement to motivate desired behavior. This means that rewards and positive consequences are provided for desired behavior.

The goal of ABA therapy is to help individuals develop communication skills, social skills, self-care skills, and other necessary skills to better navigate daily life. Therapy can be tailored to individual needs and goals and can be applied to people of different ages and diagnoses. ABA therapists typically work closely with the client, their parents or caregivers, and other professionals to ensure comprehensive and effective support.

Price list for ABA therapy

Price (euro)


(Price with VAT)

4 + ... hours per week (1 hour)




Updated 03.01.2024

We are open

Kase Center: Monday-Friday
(10.00-20.00)/or as needed

Keldrimäe center: Monday-Saturday
(10.00-20.00)/or us needed

Kadaka center: Monday-Friday
(08.00-16.00)/for Kadaka School students only

Tondi center: Monday-Saturday
(08.00-20.00)/or us needed

Contact us:

Lapssi OÜ
Reg.nr: 12876200
Licence: SRT000187

Jälgi meid Facebookis