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Possible Treatments Available for Autism

  • Published: 2011-01-29 : Author: Autism Expert
  • Synopsis: Some of the common treatments and therapy methods prescribed by professionals for autism.

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Some people understand that they need to live with autism & tend to delve some knowledge on this disease in literature & find out possible treatments. Once they start off with their process of finding treatments, they will come to know that there is a plethora of autism treatments available. However, if you visit a professional, you will come to know that every child has different needs.

Here are some of the common treatments prescribed by professionals for autism:

a) Speech therapy:

People suffering with autism suffer from inability to speak or converse in a particular language. Some people use poor speech while the others are unable to apply grammar. Speech therapy helps people come over this inability.

b) Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA):

This therapy is the oldest existing treatment for autism. This is also the most fully researched treatment that's specifically developed for Autism. It is an intensive system of reward based training. It emphasizes on providing certain specific skills. Try Internet #1 - Video Modeling Autism @ and live your family life normally right now!

c) Occupational therapy:

This therapy for autism emphasizes on developing skills for daily living. Most people with autism face delays in motor skills. This therapy can prove to be quite helpful. Some of the occupational therapists believe in providing training in sensory integration therapy. It is a type of technique that may help people with autism to manage hypersensitivity to light, touch & sound.

d) Physical therapy:

Autism can be defined as a pervasive developmental delay. Most people experience gross motor delays & some have low muscle tone. Physical therapy can actually work towards building up basic sports skills, strength & coordination.

e) Social skills therapy:

The main problem one faces due to autism is inability to communicate. Most children require assistance for developing skills to hold a conversation. Most children benefit from social skill therapy when it comes to develop peer-based social interaction.

f) Play therapy:

The therapy may sound strange. However, children with autism require special help in learning to play. Playing can serve as a tool for developing social, communication & speech skills. Try Internet #1 - Video Modeling Autism @ and live your family life normally right now!

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