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There is always room for more than one opinion, I too have seen poor ABA practise and equaly poor SLD school provision, however, I have also experienced excellent provision and staff in both fields. My own son has had a long term programme of ABA at home with very professional staff including a student who joined us 5 years ago and has gone on to take her BCBA and is now employed supporting behavioural teaching in LEA schools. As a special needs teaching assistant I worked with a teacher for whom any external intervention was suspect and who consistently covered her own tracks when writing IEP’s, the teacher involved with my own child couldn’t be more proactive and professional, whatever view you want to find you will find research and ‘evidence’ to back it up, go and see for yourself, a website that may be of interest are
Good luck