Results for category 'Autism'.
A treatment plan should be tailored toward the child’s individual needs, and early intervention is beneficial.
Individualized Education Program for school-age children with Autism
School-age children will have an Individualized Education Program where the curriculum is adapted to the child’s individual needs.
Response to Name based on Developmental Milestones
Based on children developmental milestones, children at the age of 8–10 months respond consistently whenever their names are called.
Eye contact establishment in most babies
Most babies start to establish eye contact at around three months of age.
Early Hearing Interventions
An early intervention at the age of 2–3 years can significantly enhance hearing capabilities, paving the way for an effective treatment for the other symptoms of autism.
Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can often coexist and are treated as separate conditions, though there is an overlap between the two.
Positive Feelings in children with Autism
Children respond very well to praise and positive feelings.
Routines and rituals in a child diagnosed with Autism
Some routines and rituals in a child diagnosed with autism can become a form of
Sequencing by way of slowly introducing and building on a series of steps helps to form essential routines necessary for the child to adjust to and fit in his surroundings and for acquiring essential life skills for independent living.
Neglected needs of siblings
When a child in a family of four is diagnosed with autism, the other siblings\' needs may be neglected. The schooling needs are often sacrificed for the sake of the other one that needs special care.