Autism is a lifelong developmental continuum that affects, among other things, the way a child relates to their environment and the people around them.
A child with autism might:
– Not babble as a baby
– Not respond to their name
– Not point to objects or show interest in others
– Avoid eye contact
– Have delayed speech or language skills
– Repeat words or phrases
– Have strong reactions to smells, sounds, tastes or new situations.
Our goal is to improve the communication and social skills of children who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Contact us if you’d like to find out how we can help your child.