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AIM HI (An Individualized Mental Health Intervention) is a combined, multi-component package of parent-delivered and child-focussed strategies, based on the principles of applied behaviour analysis.

AIM HI is designed to reduce behaviour problems in children on the autism spectrum aged 5-13 served in community mental health clinics.

AIM HI includes a number of components including: functional behavior assessment, use of antecedent and consequence-based strategies, skill modeling, direct skill practice with feedback, self-management, and environmental modifications.

AIM HI was developed staff at the University of California, San Diego.

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