Autism Spectrum Disorder does not affect all individuals identically. Some may be able to live independently, while others may need significant support. It is because of “high-functioning” autism and comorbidities that some adults go undiagnosed.
There are many early intervention strategies that can be employed to ensure the best outcome in young children exhibiting signs of developmental delays. By uniting in their efforts, parents and professionals can make a greater difference.
Early intervention services such as those offered by ECCM help children with developmental delays catch up in key domains of early childhood development by pairing them with experts who deliver specialized instruction and care.
There are four major types of developmental delays — cognitive, sensorimotor, speech and language, and socioemotional — with the first signs often appearing before the age of 2. Learn more about what those signs are and how early intervention can help.
Long term services and supports (LTSS) are delivered through a variety of programs designed to help financially and medically needy individuals achieve a greater level of autonomy in their homes and communities.
Is your child a late talker? Do you suspect they could be experiencing a speech delay or a disorder? Through early childhood intervention and ECI speech therapy, communication does not have to be an obstacle for your child.
Dealing with anxiety and depression is difficult enough during normal times, but coping with them during a crisis requires a concentrated focus on therapy, support, and self-care — especially for individuals with disabilities.