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Pivotal Response Treatment: What Is It And How Does It Work?
Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT) is an intervention for autism that is derived from Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) principles. PRT focuses[...]
The Parent Infant Centre: 35 Years Of Helping Infants And Children
Early autism intervention is critical to a positive outcome for children. Not only must intervention be appropriate for the child’s[...]
Floortime Intervention: What Is It And How Does It Work?
Floortime Intervention is Simple Children with autism are delayed in their communication skills, display restricted or repetitive behavior, and have[...]
Home-Based Autism Intervention
Follow the Child’s Lead Following the child’s lead through engaging in Floortime™ sessions is a therapy in which caregivers engage[...]
Autism Intervention: The Role Of Parents and Families
Therapy Must Continue At Home Many autism interventions take place outside of the home, at a therapist’s office or school.[...]
Health Insurance Coverage and Autism Treatment: What You Need To Know!
When you suspect your child has a developmental delay, you do a great deal of research on the topic. If[...]
Resources For Autism Early Intervention
Early Intervention is low- or no-cost services mandated by the US Congress for infants and toddlers with disabilities. Physicians routinely[...]
How To Find The Right Autism Intervention Approach
When you were trying to obtain a diagnosis for your child’s ASD, you no doubt tried to learn all you[...]
What Is Autism Early Intervention?
Research has found that early intervention for children with autism can have a profound impact on their outcomes. Early intervention[...]
Who Does Autism Early Intervention?
Who does autism early intervention? Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are, of course, treated by their pediatricians and often[...]
Autism Treatment: Early Intervention is Critical
Autism is an incurable disorder, but that does not mean that it is not treatable. Just as parents would want[...]
Siblings Have An Increased Risk Of Autism
  Research has indicated that certain children may be at a higher risk for developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) than[...]
What Happens If The Autism Evaluation Confirms Your Concerns?
  Once an autism evaluation has confirmed that your child is affected by a spectrum disorder, you should look to[...]
Signs of Autism in Babies
  The usual “red flags” that warn of early signs of autism in babies are a baby’s failure to make[...]
What Does Autism Look Like?
  Reading about the signs of and behaviors associated with autism can offer parents a useful overview of the disorder.[...]
Autism Signs: Identification Signs in the Developing Child
  Parents and caregivers are nearly always the first to identify when something is not “right” with a child’s development.[...]