1. SOUND ISOLATION
The first thing is a thorough evaluation of your child’s ability to make the sound by itself. We call this first level ‘isolation’.
Research shows that intensive speech therapy improves overall communication.
This makes it possible for people with autism to improve their ability to form relationships and function in day-to-day life.
Social groups focus on a variety of skills
such as eye contact and joint attention, parallel play and turn taking skills, requesting from friends, answering and asking questions, reading body language, listening skills and following team-based directions within a group setting.
We offer treatments based on the individual needs of each child, find out how we can help your child
We have therapists trained in a wide array of speech therapy approaches.