A new chapter for children with autism

We live in a transformative time—autism therapy is available to more people than ever before. AIM Clinics is bringing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a proven therapy backed by decades of research and results, to our home state of Arkansas and beyond.

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We live in a transformative time—autism therapy is available to more people than ever before. AIM Clinics is bringing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a proven therapy backed by decades of research and results, to our home state of Arkansas and beyond.

What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

ABA is a therapy based in the science of learning. We use one-on-one coaching with a registered autism therapist to help children with autism improve communication skills and navigate the world around them.

Broad, complex concepts are broken down into small, bite-sized tasks that are easier to understand, process, learn and repeat in everyday life.

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What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

Supported by many.

Applied Behavior Analysis has been widely recognized by the CDC, National Institute of Mental Health, Surgeon General, American Academy of Pediatrics, Autism Speaks and many others.

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20+ Studies that have shown positive progress with ABA 20+

Studies that have shown positive progress with ABA

80% Chance a child will move into general curriculum classes after 2–3 years of intensive ABA therapy* 80%

Chance a child will move into general curriculum classes after 2–3 years of intensive ABA therapy*

6 Decades of proven results from ABA therapy 6

Decades of proven results from ABA therapy

* To read the entire study, visit: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16685181.

“Jonathan has come so far!”

“Jonathan has come so far!”

“ABA gave my son not only a chance, but also patience, love and understanding. He has surpassed all that was expected and even more!”
—Aimee, Jonathan's Mother Read Jonathan's Story
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