Practice in Natural Settings

Top-quality ABA programs focus on teaching meaningful, vital skills to learners that help them to be successful and independent in everyday life. This requires that everything learned in ABA sessions be practiced and “generalized” to actual, real-world situations. CARD programs specifically target generalization activities to help learners apply skills that they have learned in their ABA program across:

  • Different locations (Home, school, community settings)
  • Different people (Caregivers, family members, teachers, peers, community helpers)
  • Different activities and settings (Play and social activities, events, outings, extra-curricular activities)

According to each learner’s needs, CARD will develop specific learning activities to help your child transfer skills that have been learned to real interactions and natural settings, so that gains made in ABA have a direct and meaningful impact on daily life.