Autism Therapy

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What is Autism?

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Autism, falls under a broad spectrum of developmental conditions called Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD, which is considered to be a brain or neurological condition that affects communication, social, and behavioural functioning. Furthermore, it is a developmental condition of the brain, so most of the sign and symptoms are observed when child grows, mostly after the age 18 Months. About one in 100 kids is affected with autism. Behaviour therapists for autism help autistic kids to improve communication, social and behavioural skills.

The symptoms can be identified in early childhood. Also, the needs and abilities of autistic children may vary and evolve over time. Thus, not only timely but also effective, need based therapeutic care and support comprises the need of the hour.

How Does an Autism Therapy Work?

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At Bright Horizon, we recognize that every kid, child, or person with autism is different. This is why we offer our step-by-step guide to treat it. Henceforth, we roll out a tailored yet well-structured plan for the effective implementation of speech therapy for autism.

The therapy involves applying the essential principles of Learning & behaviour through Psychological motivation and reinforcements techniques.

Autism therapy is an evidence-based methodology used to change, improve, or alter specific behaviours and skills. Furthermore, the therapy stimulates kids or children to develop strong sensory-neural connections.

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Autism Therapy Process @ Bright Horizon

Bright Horizon specializes in a comprehensive diagnostic and treatment procedure for autism.

The Intervention Goal of Autism Treatment is to lessen the symptoms of the child with autism so that he/she can lead a life smoothly. The crucial factor in the treatment of children having autism is age, as early as you begin the process of intervention, earliest the child will lead a prosperous life.
Furthermore, at Bright Horizon we understand that children coming to us will not follow us at first go, so to smooth the process we work on building the emotional bond and connection with the child.

Often the process of bonding a professional with the child is a struggle for the both and may take few days, but once the child get through with this process, learning comes in action.

On the basis of the current age and developmental status of a child, our well-certified and expert professionals will work with parents in ascertaining the time-based goals in accordance with the programs you are enrolling your child in.

The therapeutic objective to intervene in a child with Autism is to Alter the child’s behaviour through Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) / Behavioural Modification Therapy and maximize his/her abilities to do daily tasks. Our experts begin with the process of rapport/bond building, this process is meant to create a positive foundation so that whenever the learning demands are placed upon the child with Autism /individual, the child will be more likely to comply with demands.

The child shall also willingly approach the behaviour technician, which gives a great sign that the child is acquainted with the pre-requisite of the learning process. Later the handcrafted intervention plans are implemented through various learning techniques depending on the learning pattern of the child.

Autism Therapy At Bright Horizon

Autism Treatment / Autism therapy at Bright Horizon has a very high success rate and children POSITIVELY respond to these therapies. At Bright Horizon we have a handcrafted individualized program that is being manifested through a one-on-one basis for children with autism. The process has yielded excellent results for thousands of children and we have delivered implausible services to thousands of families visiting from INDIA and NRI from foreign lands for the treatment of Autism.

Bright Horizon works with parents’ hand on hand to guide home activities and positive engagements of children at home for fast recovery of the children. 

Besides, we reduce the gap between our facility and a family by providing a 24/7 helpline or chat box. You can shoot in your inquiries, doubts, etc. Our certified and highly experienced therapists are always present to serve you at every time

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    A: Autism, also referred as Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex neuro developmental condition involving persistent challenges with social interaction, communication, restricted interests, and repetitive behavior.
    A: Autism is a multifactorial disorder in which genetic and environmental factors interact, triggering its development.
    A: It's not clear what causes autism, or if it has a cause. Research suggests that autism develops from a combination of genetic and nongenetic, or environmental, influences.
    A: There are many early signs & symptoms of Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorder but it has been evident that few signs and symptoms are very prominent in children. Some commn signs and symptoms are as follows:

    • Unusual body movements, unusual body postures, unusual behaviors
    • Delay in speech and understanding
    A: Autistic children Exhibits Odd and Repetitive Behaviors. They show Unusual and Creative Play. They Preoccupy themselves With a Specific Topic or may not show interest in toys. Their communication is impaired. They show less interest in interacting with others.
    A: Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disorder, not a mental illness . Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that affects how people interact with others, communicate, learn, and behave.
    A: According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), doctors combines previous subcategories of autism into one diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
    A: It is worldwide about 1 in 100 children has autism.
    A: Diagnosing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can be difficult because there is no medical test, like a blood test, to diagnose the disorder. Child’s developmental history and behavior to make a diagnosis. ASD can sometimes be detected at 18 months of age or younger. By age 2, a diagnosis by an experienced professional can be considered reliable.
    A: There's no way to prevent autism spectrum disorder, but there are treatment options. Early diagnosis and therapeutic intervention is most helpful and can improve behavior, skills and language development. However, intervention is helpful at any age.
    A: The impact of autism affecting daily life varies due to individual capabilities and support system. Meeting the complex needs of a person with an ASD can put families under a great deal of stress—emotional, financial, and sometimes even physical. Some individuals with autism may have difficulty with social interactions, communication, and independence, while others may have more successful outcomes and achievements with appropriate support.
    A: Autism is diagnosed through a combination of clinical observation, parental reporting, developmental assessments, and standardized tools. A multidisciplinary team of medical professionals may be involved in the evaluation and diagnosis.
    A: As such there is no specific medicine to treat autism. Early recognition, as well as behavioural, educational and family therapies may reduce symptoms and support development and learning.
    A: Of course they can, but it is important to have accommodations in place that support the special learning needs of a child on the spectrum. Even accommodations that prove helpful for one child, though, may not be appropriate for another. By law, schools must create individualized educational programs for every child with autism. Depending on where the student with autism is on the spectrum, the amount of mainstream classroom time he/she receives may vary. Some may be assigned part-time to a traditional classroom and part-time to a special needs classroom. Some may be assigned full time to a traditional classroom with a support, or a shadow . Others may be assigned full time to a special needs setting.
    A: Autistic students respond well to structure. Providing structure and organization in the classroom or any other learning environment on a student’s level of understanding can help to alleviate or moderate problems and the resultant ineffective learning situations. Key features of the structure are physical organization, scheduling, and teaching methods. The key to effectively using each of these features is individualization.
    A: This depends on the individual capabilities, therapeutic process and the severity of their autism symptoms. Some individuals with autism are able to live independently, while others may require ongoing support. Factors such as the level of support from family and community, access to services and resources, and the individual's own strengths and abilities can all play a role in their ability to live independently.
    A: The general treatment process involves thorough assessment of the child, repo building, combination of therapies required as per the condition and severity of the child.
    A: Considering the assessment as the baseline level of the child, a routine monitoring of child’s improvements are recorded and discussed with parents.
    A: Dietary interventions, including gluten-free and casein-free diet (GFCF), gluten-free diet (GFD), and ketogenic diet (KD), come into view as an alternative therapy for ASD. Researches have suggested that a specific diet can help to alleviate gastrointestinal and behavioral symptoms for children with ASD.
    A: o change your child’s behaviour, one needs to understand what’s triggering or causing it and what your child is getting out of it. Improved communication and social understanding can lead to lower anxiety and less challenging behaviour in autistic children.
    A: Learning emotional regulation is a process, and progress can be measured at each step over time. This process involves teaching them coping strategies, such as deep breathing and visualization, and using clear, concrete language to label and describe emotions. Consistent routines and schedules can also provide a sense of security and help regulate emotions.
    A: There is a complex interplay between autism and intelligence. Studies have suggested that intelligence in people with autism varies. Some may have above average intelligence, while others have low intelligence. Also, people with autism have average intelligence. However, autism can impact their overall functioning and achievements in life.
    A: Team at Bright horizon thoroughly assess the child’s needs and strengths. By providing a supportive and caring environment, we encourage their strengths and address their needs. Thus, we work towards improvising their lives better.

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