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Analysis of Verbal Behavior

BICC applies the Analysis of Verbal Behavior methods, which is a component of the Applied Behavioral Analysis principle and methodology, to work with children with Autism Disorders and children with Developmental Speech and Language Disorders. BICC's approach is based on Functional Analysis and Analysis of Verbal Behavior methodology to develop production of speech, to develop language production, to develop language comprehension, to develop phonology, to develop new appropriate behaviors, to engage pragmatic language and to apply functional skills. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior approach focuses on teaching specific components of Receptive and Expressive Language (e.g., mands, tacts, intraverbals, elicited production, acting-out tasks and recasts).

The Behavior Intervention of the BICC involves the use of established Applied Behavior Analysis principles such as reinforcement contingencies, prompting, fading, chaining, modeling, and token reinforcement that have been shown to work in children with communicative, speech and behavior problems. In addition, approaches towards more natural and loosely structured language procedures are extensively used. Techniques such as natural language paradigm, picture exchange communication system, incidental teaching strategy, interrupted behavior chains, delayed assistance, recasting and pivotal teaching strategy are incorporated in teaching situations to develop new behaviors.

 
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