Early Intervention For Autism
Blooming Horizons puts great emphasis on providing Early Intervention Services to our little friends. We understand that when you start early the benefits may go long building the foundation for lifelong learning. Our team consists of Board-Certified Behavior Analysts and Therapists who specialize in the application of Applied Behavior Analysis. Our programs are individually designed to cater to the needs of our clients. Blooming Horizons staff is there to support your family as you start your journey in Early Intervention for Autism.
Early diagnosis and Intervention of Autism Spectrum disorder (ASD) can hugely benefit the child. Early Intervention programs help children make progress towards achieving age-appropriate developmental milestones. It helps children gain the basic skills that they usually learn in the first 2 years of life, such as: communication skills, social skills, emotional skills, physical skills, cognition skills. Children receiving Early Intervention for Autism support may show significant increase in their communication/language and social skills. Applied Behavior Analysis is a research based behavioral intervention that helps children with autism achieve the target goals. The sooner a child starts therapy, the more likely they are to make progress in regard to their skills, that may help set them up for success in the future.
Early intervention is crucial for children with autism as it can significantly improve their long-term outcomes. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental condition that affects social communication, behavior, and sensory processing. Early intervention involves a range of therapies and supports aimed at addressing these areas of difficulty, promoting skill acquisition, and reducing challenging behaviors.
Early intervention for Autism services are typically provided through state or local agencies, private providers, or a combination of both. The specific services and therapies offered may vary depending on the child’s individual needs and the resources available in the community. It’s important for families to work with their healthcare provider and local agencies to determine the best course of treatment for their child with autism.