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For young children who are diagnosed with Autism and other developmental delays
APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
ABA therapy, for children ages 2-8, is considered the only evidence-based intervention for children on the Autism spectrum. Benefits of center-based ABA therapy include a concentration of clinical resources, on-site BCBAs, peers for social skills training, and a preschool-like environment. Typical goals include functional communication, social skills development, independent and interactive play behavior, tolerance, flexibility, small group skills, daily living skills (potty-training, self-feeding, etc.), reduction of problem behaviors, and preparation for transition to school.
Speech therapy, for children ages 2-8, helps children improve their communication with other children and adults. Benefits of speech therapy can include working with an SLP along with family members to improve communication skills at home and school. Regular therapy sessions may include feeding therapy, sound repetition, expanding vocabulary, social skills training, reading, and listening skills.
Pediatric occupational therapy, for children ages 2-8, helps children gain independence while also strengthening the development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills, visual motor skills, and daily living skills that children need to function and socialize. Regular therapy sessions will include activities that help children develop and enhance age-appropriate skills.
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