Speech Language Pathology

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There is currently a great deal of debate in the field of speech-language pathology about the kinds of words that should be taught first to nonverbal (or minimally verbal) individuals with communication impairments. For more details please visit at https://www.aspireearlyintervention.com.

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INSPIRING CHILDREN BECAUSE WE NEVER TRULY KNOW WHAT THEY’RE CAPABLE OF Aspire delivers high quality intervention services for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), related disorders, and children experiencing difficulty with specific developmental delays. We want to empower you as a parent with specific skills essential to support your child’s learning. After the initial assessment and once you engage our services, we will provide you with a comprehensive program and parent training based upon contemporary Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) techniques. Parent Involvement We also provide paediatric speech / language pathology, assessment, therapy, intervention and counselling, child psychology, literacy (reading) assessment and programs through The Literacy Centre.

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EIBI stands for  Early Intensive Behaviour Intervention  and is the implementation of the principles of behaviour based on  Applied Behaviour Analysis  or  ABA. Behaviour is anything we say or do, from asking for milk, or a child telling their parent they can hear a plane, to playing in a sandpit. Even though those principles can be applied in many settings, such as hospitals or companies, it is mostly known for its implementation in children with autism and related disorders.  The popularly cited study by Ivar Lovaas in the 1980s showed that the principles of EIBI were successfully applied in an intense program of behavioural-based instructions to treat children with Autism. This seminal study showed that children with Autism could make dramatic progress when receiving a program of instruction of this type. Since then many studies have been published with similar results. Many techniques are used under the umbrella of EIBI but all are based on the application of behaviour analytical principles. This includes identification and modification of the  Antecedents  preceding a behaviour, and the  Consequences  following a behaviour, to affect change in the  Behaviour. What is EIBI ? http://www.aspireearlyintervention.com

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INSPIRING CHILDREN BECAUSE WE NEVER TRULY KNOW WHAT THEY’RE CAPABLE OF At Aspire we believe in building a supportive community around each child. Only through direct interaction between parents, therapists and program managers can the best outcomes be reached for your child. Aspire culminates in a network of over thirty Early Intensive Behaviour Intervention (EIBI) practitioners lead by our highly experienced team of senior therapists and program managers.

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 Aspire Early Intervention ABA Therapy Sydney http://www.aspireearlyintervention.com Sydney Head Office : 37/8 Avenue of the Americas Newington NSW 2127 Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5pm Tel: +612 9648 4442 Email: [email protected] https://www.facebook.com/AspireEarlyIntervention.com

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