Autism is a lifelong, nonprogressive neurological disorder typically appearing before the age of three years. The word “autism” means a developmental disability significantly affecting verbal and non-verbal communication and social interaction.

Type of Autism

  • Autistic Disorder. This is sometimes called “classic” autism.
  • Asperger Syndrome. People with Asperger syndrome usually have milder symptoms of autistic disorder
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorder – Not Otherwise Specified.

Benefits Of Combination Therapy

Benefits Of Combination Therapy :

In our clinic we are providing combination therapy like Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Sound Therapy, Yoga and Acupressure to improve their living skills (Cognitive, Speech, Developmental & Mind Work)

Listening Skill:

Teaching listening skills opens doors for the child with autism, such as being able to attend in school, attend to peers, and engage in conversation as active listeners. Listening skills are important in communication and in relationships.

Speech Therapy:

A behavioral therapy called pivotal response treatment (PRT) boosts the communication skills of autistic children with language delay better than do standard speech and autism therapies, a small study suggests. PRT therapists use various strategies to motivate autistic children to talk during play.

Fine Motor Skills:

Motor Development in Autistic Children

Studies have shown autistic children can have varying degrees of difficulty with fine and gross motor skills. Another study suggests autistic children could be six months behind in gross motor skills compared to their peers, and a year behind in fine motor skills.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy:

Cognitive behavioral therapy may be a treatment option for children with autism spectrum disorder who have other mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It teaches children to alter their beliefs or behaviors to avoid negative emotions.

Sound Therapy:

Sound Therapy offers a child with autism the opportunity to re-open the listening capacity. The fluctuating sounds produced by the Electronic Ear gradually exercise and tone the ear muscles, teaching the ear to respond to and recognize the full range of frequencies.