Advices and Recommendations
First of all, you need to choose the centre for autism treatment, where qualified specialists will explain that childhood autism is not completely cured, but with the right approach it can be successfully corrected.
The key to successful rehabilitation of children with autism is a comprehensive approach to treatment, accompaniment by a speech pathologist, a psychologist, and parents who will take care of the child and will be attentive. Specialists advise parents to remember a few simple rules that will help correct their child's autism:
- Create a clear routine for your child and don't break it.
- Do not drastically change your child's environment or habits.
- Don't scold or punish your child.
- Make sure your child gets regular physical activity.
- Do not allow your child to become overtired.
- Be patient and don't rush your child when he is doing something.
- Communicate with your child and spend time with him or her as often as possible.
- To teach your child the right skills, do repetitive activities (e.g., constantly repeating how to brush your teeth with your child).
- Talk to your child often to build rapport. Hold and cuddle your child at an early age.
Which specialist does treat Autism in children?
Autism in a child is treated by a psychotherapist and psychiatrist. If necessary, the doctor may ask for an additional consultation with a physiatrist, massage therapist, neurologist or speech pathologist.
Advantages of Autism Treatment at CBS
Our Centre provides treatment for all types of autism: Kanner syndrome, Asperger's disease, Rett syndrome.
Effective treatment of autism in children involves determining the type of disorder, as this allows us to determine the necessary type of correction. The competent specialists at our Centre have a wealth of experience working with the disorder and will be able to diagnose your child correctly.
Treatment of autism is based on an individual approach, comprehensiveness and continuity. We use different methods of treatment of autism in children, make up individual treatment regimens and involve parents in the treatment process, teaching them special methods of work.