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ABA Receptive Identification - FFC Combined

ABA Receptive Identification - FFC Combined
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A national report in the Journal of Pediatrics reveals that 1 percent of US children ages 3 - 17 have an Autism Spectrum Disorder, an estimated prevalence of one in every 91 children. This is a dramatic increase from the 1 in 150 prevalences previously reported.

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Many children with emerging language skills do not think of things as having parts, attributes or fitting into categories but these are necessary for developing appropriate, functional conversation skills. Once a child can ask for, label and receptively identify a great many items, it’s a good time to start teaching the FFC’s or rather feature, function and class of items, people and places. These lessons teach a child to talk about things rather than just labeling them.

Features may be: doors, wheels, tails, ears, etc.
Functions may be: cutting, driving, eating, sleeping, etc.
Classes may be: zoo animals, vehicles, foods, clothing, etc.

This “receptive by function” application was seamlessly created using approximately 120 superb, concrete, colorful images that are of high interest to both visual and auditory learners. By adding clearly pronounced real audio we hope to encourage vocal imitation. Classical music is randomly played along with visual reinforcement to maintain your child’s interested while introducing them to the world’s most popular composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky.

Top features of our applications:

- Clear, Colorful, Concrete Images
- Benefits to both Visual and Auditory Learners
- Classical Music with Visual Reinforcement
- Sound can be turned “on” or “off”
- Concisely Pronounced Audio

Photos in this application include:

Airport Sign, Apple, Astronaut, Baby, Bacon, Banana, Beach Chair, Beetle, Bike, Blender, Blowfish, Bow, Boy, Bunny, Butterfly, Cake, Calculator, Cards, Cats, Cell Phone, Chair, Chimpanzee, Chinese Cabbage, Chips, Chocolate Cake, Clothes Peg, Coconut, Coffee, Cookie Cutters, Corn Chips, Creamsicle, Cupcake, Dart Board, Dental Xray, Doctor, Dog, Donuts, Door, Drill, Easter Basket, Eiffel Tower, Fan, Fawn, Flames, Flashlight, Flip Flops, Fried Eggs, Frog, Garbage Can, Gingerbread Man, Grocery Cart, Halloween Kids, Hamster Wheel, Hat, Hot Air Balloons, House, Ice Cream Cones, Joystick, Kitten, Knife, Lamp, Leaf, Legs, Lei, Lollipop, Magic Wand, Medicine, Money, Monitor, Motorcycle, Outlet, Paper Airplane, Phone Booth, Piano, Pinata, Pine Cone, Pizza, Plant, Popcorn, Popsicle, Pumpkin, Qtips, Rabbit, Record Player, Refrigerator, Robot, Roses, Sandwiches, Santa, Scale, Skates, Smoothies, Sneakers, Snow, Soccer Ball, Spaghetti, Stethescope, Strawberry, Thermometer, Tomatoes, Toothpaste, Towels, Toy Solder, Trophy, Truck, Tshirt, Umbrella, Unicycle, Vest, Violin, Watermelon, Wheat Grass, Wrench.

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At we provide a wide range of early childhood applications using behavioral techniques that are based on the principals of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) using a Verbal Behavior (VB) technique. ABA has been scientifically proven to be effective in teaching academic, language and communication skills to typically developing children as well as those with special needs or developmental delays such as Speech or Language Delays, Dyslexia, Hearing Loss, ADD/ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, Autism, Dyspraxia, and PDD-NOS.


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