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At Children Making Strides we believe that there is hope for all of our children, and that each child deserves the opportunity to reach his or her full potential, and that potential should have no limits. We also believe that parents need support, information, and encouragement in their efforts to help their child.

The foundation of the educational program at CMS is one that is based upon the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA is a method where skills are task analyzed (broken down into sequential steps) to make the tasks easier and more attainable for the child. Skills and behaviors are initially taught in one-to-one teaching sessions. Children can thus acquire a large amount of information much quicker than in normal, everyday interactions. New skills are then generalized to a variety of situations and environments. These skills are not considered mastered until the child can demonstrate them under natural conditions with a wide variety of people found in those environments.
“CMS has played a crucial role in my son’s progress.  It has been a difficult process but he has blossomed over the past few months.
His CMS therapists are wonderful. They are the reasons why he is doing so well.  I can honestly say that he would not have come this
far if his therapists hadn’t pushed him to his potential. I would strongly recommend this program to any family who requires ABA.”
Michelle of Wareham
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