Digital technology has revolutionised healthcare – and continues to do so. It helps make services open and accessible while reducing costs. Vitally, it also improves health outcomes.
Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is a science dedicated to the understanding of human behaviour.
One of the most recognised applications of ABA is in the field of autism and there are over fifty years of empirical research evidencing the efficacy of ABA for individuals with a diagnosis of autism. ABA is widely accepted as a safe and effective method of intervention, overseen by the Behaviour Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Read more information on ABA.
ABA Pathfinder has been built on the proven results for parent-led intervention programmes and telepractice. Telepractice means using technology to bring clinicians and patients together and is particularly popular in the U.S. Many research papers have looked at the effectiveness of telepractice and parent-led programmes for children and young people with ASD. Even though it’s a relatively new method of treatment for autism, the vast majority of studies have found it to be effective. Below are some research papers if you’d like to know more about telepractice and ASD.
ABA Pathfinder is a parent-led online ABA programme, that brings an ABA Consultant into your home using video technology. Parents lead the programme, collecting data on identified behaviours and skills using a smartphone or tablet. The ABA Consultant has full oversight of the programme, consistently analysing data and refining the programme to ensure progress is made and goals are met.