Applied behavior analytic interventions are considered evidenced based interventions and established treatments for individuals not only with Autism Spectrum Disorder but also other behavioral challenges/difficulties. Several studies have shown that ABA is effective in increasing appropriate and adaptive behaviors and teaching new skills (National Autism Center [NAC], 2015; Wong et al., 2014, 2015). In addition, many studies demonstrate that ABA is effective in reducing problem behavior (NAC, 2015). A number of studies also indicate that, when implemented intensively and early in development (e.g., prior to the age of 4 years), ABA may produce significant gains in development and reductions in the need for specialized services (Reichow, 2012). ABA interventions should be implemented by trained and qualified individuals and be supervised by qualified behavior analysts.