A play-based approach to Speech Therapy for Autism

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Speech Therapy
for Autism

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder. Children with ASD can present with differences in social communication, social interactions, and language skills.

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What are the early signs of Autism?

  • Avoiding eye contact and social interaction
  • Shared attention involves a common focus on something such as people, objects, events or concepts
  • Difficulty understanding and using nonverbal and verbal communication skills
  • Difficulty with social reciprocity such as engaging in back and forth interactions
  • Difficulties with changes in routine or transitions
  • Delays in social cognition, including challenges with social interactions
  • Delays in acquisition of language
  • Delays in play skills
Every child is uniquely different and their motor skill delays will manifest in a variety of ways. These examples serve as a guideline but this is not a complete list of every symptom you may be noticing in your child today. If you’re noticing a delay, connect with us and let’s have a chat.
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Treating your child, not their label

Labels themselves are not bad, it’s all in how you see it. We believe children who are on the Autism spectrum simply see the world from a particularly rich sensory perspective. We see that unique outlook as a gift.

How does Speech Therapy
for Autism help?

Improve your child’s ability to complete age appropriate self-care tasks, providing a foundation for growing self-care independence.

Manage and address sensory processing challenges to allow your child to explore their environment and have new experiences without anxiety or discomfort.

Build foundational pre-writing and fine motor skills needed for kindergarten.

Ensure your child is safely able to navigate the playground environment and engage with peers by improving gross motor skills.

Improve self-regulation ability and emerging motor planning skills.

Improve gross motor and fine motor strength, coordination, and sequencing.

Creating a treatment plan that draws on your child’s strengths

Before starting treatment, we conduct a comprehensive assessment so that we can deeply understand your child’s strengths and what areas require some more love, support, guidance and empowerment from us. Then we create functional and meaningful goals with you in order to help you and your child connect and communicate in ways that feel just right.

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Supporting the whole family, because you are your child’s greatest teacher.

Our treatment is designed to not only treat your little one’s Autism but to also support your whole family. If you’re the type of parent that wants to be involved in the creation of developmental opportunities at home, we’re here to provide you with the information, skills and tools to do so.

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