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5 Principles of Speech Therapy that can help children with autism

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When your child is diagnosed with autism, speech and language therapy is often one of the first and best treatments recommended by every doctor. Our pathologist will explain how speech therapy can help a child with autism.
Speech therapy can play a key role in treating autism: This type of communication impairments is common in children who diagnosed with autism. Speech and language therapy often plays a key role in their Early Intervention treatment. It’s better to refer the children and families by our specialists.
Once autism is diagnosed in children, through speech and language therapy our professionals will make you to find better improvement in communication and to enhance their quality of life. With autism your child has little or no speech, our speech and language therapy team may introduce alternatives to speech, such as signing or the use of technology that supports communication.
How does speech therapy help children who have autism? The main purpose of speech and language thera…

Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism

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Here are some signs that could indicate your child is on the autism as early as six months of age. Signs and symptoms will vary, as can the severity of the symptoms. Make sure to monitor your child’s development, and consult your doctor if anything concerns you. It’s necessary to note that autism in infants is recognized by a lack of normal behavior, instead of the presence of strange behaviors.
1. DELAYED MOTOR DEVELOPMENT Developmental delay is usually suspected in some babies soon after birth because of unusual muscle tone and feeding problems. Some babies may not be able to crawl normally or may learn to walk very late. In other children, developmental delay is suspected much later when behavioral and learning difficulties come to light. Developmental delay can manifest in the following forms: ·A child appears very floppy ·Muscles appear very tight, legs held stiff with little or no movement ·Problems holding head upright ·Inability to roll over by 6 months ·Inability to sit on the floor …