Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the application of the principles of learning and motivation from behavior analysis which produce socially significant changes through the analysis, observation, design, implementation and evaluation of past and current environmental events (antecedents and consequences). Many decades of research have validated treatments based on ABA. Behavior analytic practices focus on the acquisition, maintenance and generalization of behaviors and/or the reduction of behaviors that impact meaningful changes. Socially significant behaviors can range from communication and daily living skills (including but not limited to dressing, eating, and daily self care routines). Evidence-based interventions are implemented to assist with the acquisition of needed skills based on the learner. Each intervention is carefully analyzed to best serve the learner. Interventions and techniques are taught to caregivers, siblings, grandparents and school staff to allow for generalization.