Autism in Children

The incidence of Autism in early age is in significant increase, despite the effort deployed by research in developing a new method of treatment, parents still struggle to find the right place and the right program to suit the needs of their children; the task becomes more complicated by the myriad types of autism encountered.

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • High-Functioning Autism
  • Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorders
  • Rett Syndrome

For families who live with a child labelled or not with autism, or in most cases labelled with threat of autism to make it easier for the parents to hear; still face the day to day difficulties. For them the life situation they are crossing hasn’t changed despite the change of the diagnostic (or the name of the condition) the psychological, social and financial burden is challenging for families to sustain by themselves. Nowadays the easy access to internet allows parents to obtain information easily, they are more informed about the disorder however they still need the help of a professional to guide them and accompany them through the difficult journey in a healing and learning process.

Learning to reach and reconnect with the child they lost contact with since early years certainly needs hours of dedication, perseverance and a big dose of patience. To be able to join him in his bubble and share with him play which could be a hand flapping, a sound imitation or anything else of this sort. Building a communication bridge through simple programs, most of the time is mutually extremely rewarding.
The joy to see a meaningful smile with a minimal request for a toy or favorite object is priceless, the spark of this initial interaction are the mine of gold replacing all the wearisome days the family might have had, drifting towards the encouraging future.

Regardless of what someone might think; seeking for help in early stage is required.
Studies are showing every time based on evidence and life stories, that to help a child we need to act as early as possible and the way forward is, without question “Early Intervention”
For more advice and guidance contact our qualified and highly experienced Therapists at CMRC.