What is ABA?
Applied Behavior Analysis focuses on the principles that explain how learning takes place. Positive reinforcement is one such principle. When a behavior is followed by some sort of reward, the behavior is more likely to be repeated. Through decades of research, the field of behavior analysis has developed many techniques for increasing useful behaviors and reducing those that may cause harm or interfere with learning.
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the use of these techniques and principles to bring about meaningful and positive change in behavior.
It’s engaging in computerized activities that are designed to strengthen cognitive skills, or a specific cognitive skill. You could name a thousand different brain functions, or more but the basic idea is that through computerized practice you’re going to make those skills better.
There are many different programs out there with different activities and exercises designed to enhance various cognitive functions. Most of them are trying to train people to: • Pay attention better
• Process information more quickly
• Retain information
• Learn and remember more
• Be more cognitively flexible, which really means to be able to shift your attention from one place to another effectively
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Importance of early childhood development
Neurological research shows that the early years play a key role in children’s brain development.
Babies begin to learn about the world around them from a very early age – including during the prenatal, perinatal (immediately before and after birth) and postnatal period.
Children’s early experiences – the bonds they form with their parents and their first learning experiences – deeply affect their future physical, cognitive, emotional and social development.
Optimizing the early years of children’s lives is the best investment we can make as a society in ensuring their future success.
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The more active your child is, the more calories he or she needs.
If your child is sick or has a medical condition, the calorie requirement can change so it is always best to seek professional advice in these situations either from a certified nutritionist or a medical doctor.
Research has found that children are not getting enough essential nutrients so these are important to keep in mind when planning your child’s diet.
• Children and adolescents do not get enough calcium, potassium, fiber, magnesium, and vitamin D & E. Sources of these nutrients are:
• Fiber- whole grains, fruits and vegetables
• Vitamin E – nuts, seeds, wheat germ oil and vegetable oils
• Calcium- low fat and fat free dairy products, rhubarb, spinach, collard greens, and sardines
• Magnesium- whole grains, nuts, pumpkin seeds, and white, black, navy beans
• Potassium- legumes, potatoes, dried apricots, beet greens, prune juice and dairy products
• Vitamin D- sunshine, fortified dairy and juice, cod liver oil, salmon, tuna and mackerel
• Teenage girls and boys especially do not get enough calcium in their diet.
• Most children do not get the required amount of fruits and vegetables.