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- few true experiments conducted- do not encounter direct BCBA, greater potential for error.2.07- maintaining records- - there is no governing body overseeing the tala ABA services.Too many ethical concerns to endorse tela ABACons of Home ABA services-people in rural area might not have access to these services-so tela ABA allow anyone to receive these services. -natural environment and more parental involvement. Diss 8Great job! I really enjoy your presentation because every aspect of your presentation was precise and understandable. As mention by the group I also agree with in home ABA care because it allows applied behavior analysts to accommodate children and families with special needs in the home to ensure access to effective therapy. Also, depending on the needs of the child, the parent, and the availability of the applied behavior analyst, in home ABA services can modify or change the center based intervention. In addition, when providing in-home therapy to children with
autism, behavior analyst can scaffold the individual learning and decreases undesirable behaviors. Another reason in home ABA services are beneficial is because they are delivered in an atmosphere the child finds safe, familiar, and non-threatening. This allows the applied behavior analyst to better manage the child’s behavior so ABA therapies and techniques can be more effectively implemented. However, I do agree that there is a lack of access to ABA servicesthroughout many rural areas. Thus, tele ABA might be the only option for some. In addition, tele ABA serves as a cost-saving measure for many families, as it eliminates travel time and the need to miss work. In conclusion, I agree with the in-home ABA service, however, for those that does not have these services available it is better to have tele ABA than having no services at all. Hi Amanda and Miguel, I agree the confidential part for tele ABA because parents might have difficulty with the technology, then they might call a technician to fix it, thus, the technician might learn about their services. Moreover, other assistance might also know about the family receiving services. Also, I too am more on the in home ABA service then tele ABA because there is still lack of research in this field and no set guideline for implementing service in tela abasetting. As well as, there were only few true experiments conducted regrading tele ABA. Also, there might be more error since there is no direct BCBA conducting tele ABA. Overall, in home ABA provides better, and more opportunities for parent and caregiver training, thereby allowing them to reinforce the ABA interventions and increase the chances that the child will maintain the desired behavior.Hi Emma and AlannaI agree with you as well that the group did an awesome job with their presentation because of their evidence to support their arguments. The pros and cons were able to argue their side clearlywith valid reasons. In addition, the presentation went smoothly. As mentioned by the group in home ABA can give physical prompt immediately when needed. As well as, home ABA allows