Autism

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Our ABA experts will guide your child down the road to a happier and more fulfilling future.

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The good news is,
ABA therapy works.

Research shows that Applied Behavior Analysis, or ABA therapy, is the most effective form of autism treatment.

Here’s why. ABA applies our understanding of behavior to real life situations. The goal of this type of therapy is to increase behaviors that are helpful and decrease behaviors that are harmful or negatively affect learning.

Your child is unique.
And we’ll treat them that way.

Children with ASD may communicate, interact, behave, and learn in ways that are different from others. These differences can range from gifted to severely challenged. Depending on the individual assessment, your child may need a lot of help, or very little.

The Benefits of In Home Care

To help children with autism learn new skills and minimize problem behavior, ABA is often carried out in the home. This setting provides a natural environment for children to learn and practice skills. It’s a great choice for teaching independent living skills, such as personal hygiene, as well as strengthening social skills with family members.

The Convenience of
Telehealth

Telehealth is rapidly growing in the field of ABA therapy and is a valuable alternative to in-person visits. It’s as simple as using a phone, tablet or computer to connect face-to-face with your child’s therapist.

The Importance of
Caregiver Support

Your mental health and wellbeing are incredibly important when it comes to successful ASD treatment. That’s why we offer training services and support opportunities to help you cope with the everyday challenges that come with caring for a child with ASD.

Zinnia News

What Is Autism?

For far too many, those answers have been learned the hard way. Diagnoses of autism are rising, with some estimates holding that an average of one out of every 110 children born in the United States are autistic. This is a large number and has necessitated the need for parents to find appropriate treatment and help for their autistic children.

What Are the Symptoms of Autism?

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), can affect many parts of a person’s life. Its symptoms usually involve behavior, communication, and social skills. For example, people with autism can find it difficult to communicate with others and read social situations. They may also display repetitive behaviors, develop obsessive interests, and prefer to spend time alone.

What Are the 5 Types of Autism?

Autism diagnoses are rising across the world and within the United States. Thanks to various diagnostic tools, it is becoming easier than ever to make an autism diagnosis. This is critically important. An early diagnosis can lead to early intervention, treatment, and the creation of a specific care plan. This plan can help an autistic individual lead life to the fullest potential.

Top 10 Facts About Autism To Know

Autism can affect all types of people. It is a developmental disability that can make the world a challenging place for those with it. People with autism can experience difficulties with communication and social interaction. Autism can impact a person’s behavior and also the way they experience sounds and colors. Some people with autism struggle with change and live very strict routines. The way autism affects each individual can vary greatly, with some people with autism needing more assistance in daily life than others.

The Real Problem That Is Autism Burnout

Adults with autism face many challenges within their daily lives. One of the lesser known problems is known as autistic burnout. It's a reality for many people who work, study, and live with neurotypical people daily. It's a problem that should be addressed to help those with ASD work on various challenges related to their physical and psychological well-being. Read on to find out more about this condition and why it's an issue that requires our attention.

Autism: Symptoms, Signs, Causes & Treatment Options

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can affect children and adults. It is a spectrum disorder which means it can affect people differently. Some people may have a more severe case, while others have milder effects. Either way, some very common signs of autism can show up regardless of how far along the spectrum someone is.

Autism Resources for Diagnosis, Treatment, and Support for Parents

Since ASD was once an unknown and misunderstood disorder, autism resources were few and far between. In more recent years, strides in research have made a difference. There are now more tools than ever before to help families understand and cope with an autism diagnosis. For example, there are tools that can actually help diagnose ASD sooner and with more accuracy than in the past.