I have used ABA in the past: a short-lived program with ABA Scotland and focussed intervention with @TailorEdFEdin. That was when I did not understand my child and had not listened to the autistic community. It’s time autism orgs listened to autistic people!!
A Google shows how important “spoon theory” is to the disabled (ie https://butyoudontlooksick.com/articles/written-by-christine/the-spoon-theory/ …). Yet a LD
#PBS nurse shamelessly blogs about a spoons analogy to argue #ABA is harmless. Here said ABAer illustrates how his priority is about the “data”. #BetterWaysThanABA @BILD_tweets
ABAers think it all has to be based on data when you have a different neurology! Actually…helloooooo..don’t listen to Lovaas who said autistic people are sub-human and need ABA to learn bit by bit. Autistics are not experiments, but human after all!