EARLY INTENSIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION (EIBI)
APPLIED BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS

EIBI

The first few years of a child’s development determine their ability to learn and acquire skills throughout their lives.

EIBI is designed to capitalise on experience-based neuro-plasticity, a fundamental property of the brain, by which neuronal connections are created and organized, and learning occurs in response to a child’s experience with the environment (Kolb and Gibb 2011)

ABA

Research clearly shows that the earlier Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is implemented in teaching children with ASD and other development disorders, the more possibilities they have to overcome the developmental gaps caused by their condition, improve their quality of life and acquire greater independence across all functional academic and daily living settings.

UNDERSTANDING AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER

Fewer than 1 in 50 diagnosed children are receiving comprehensive treatment

Children Socializing