Category Archives: Applied Behaviour Analysis

RTE Morning Edition: Autism and Recovery

Speaking to RTE’s Keelin Shanley Professor Deborah Fine talks about research showing the benefits of intense ABA interventions. “There’s about 30 years of good solid literature showing that ABA – it does work. It works for all children whether optimal … Continue reading

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Leinster House Cross Party Briefing

On Wednesday last in Leinster House, Jonathan O’Brien TD (Sinn Fein) hosted an all-party briefing on Applied Behaviour Analysis and Autism. The meeting, well attended by members of the Oireachtas Education Committee and other interested parties, was address by Professor … Continue reading

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Review of Division of Behaviour Analysis Annual Conference, 2013

The Division of Behaviour Analysis (DBA) held its Seventh Annual Conference in the Galway Bay Hotel on 26th-27th April. With over 150 people in attendance, it was one of the most successful and informative meetings to date. We were extremely … Continue reading

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The most significant, and original, data on the outcomes of early intervention in autism?

Professor Richard Hastings of Bangor University has just blogged about some new outcome data for Intensive Behavioural Intervention for children with autism. Professor Hastings writes: The data from the meta-analysis are also important for the unique perspective that they can … Continue reading

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