The Science of Human Behaviour

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is an intervention in which the principles of learning theory and human behaviour are applied in a systematically and measurable to increase, reduce, maintain, and generalise target behaviours. These behaviours include speech and language, social skills, communication skills including verbal and non-verbal communication, adaptive living skills including toileting, eating, dressing, and play skills including gross motor and fine motor play and social play. In all ABA programs, the intent is to increase skills in language, play and socialisation, while decreasing behaviours that interfere with learning.


Play and Leisure

Social Skills



Emotional Regulation

Challenging Behaviours

Daily Living

School and Community Inclusion