Numerous research studies indicate that Early Behavioural Intervention improves outcomes for children with Autism. These interventions lead to better communication, enhanced understanding, improved daily living skills and more appropriate social skills.
The value of early intervention programmes, especially in the home is well recognised. A focus on parenting skills and parent-child interactions during early infancy has demonstrated gains in the reduction of challenging behaviours.
Research indicates that for children experiencing a developmental delay, early intervention should begin as soon as possible. Even before a formal diagnosis has been made, very young children can benefit from interventions which focus on developing communication, language, interaction and play.
Because the nature of autism is so varied and different it is important to note that there is no single programme that will suit all children with autism and their families.
Our focus on home intervention is based on an eclectic mix of all the good practice, knowledge and understanding that we have gained through our extensive training and experience over the years. We have observed positive outcomes for many children and families that have implemented Early Intervention strategies.
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