ABA 101: What Is A Tact?

July 3, 2019 - Haley Sexton, RBT

ABA 101: What Is A Tact?

By Haley Sexton, Registered Behavior Technician

A tact is something that we all use in our daily lives. If you were holding a cookie and asked a child, “What is this?” and they said, “Cookie.” That’s a tact. It’s simply a verbal label.

In our latest training video, you will learn all about the term “Tacting” and see examples of how tacting helps children with autism gain more independence!

Click here to watch our full training video or click here to see more Cornerstone Trainings in our ABA 101  series.

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July 3, 2019, Haley Sexton, RBT

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