A variety of medications can help individuals with autism develop their abilities and decrease their symptoms. Starting therapy early during pre-school or before increases the chances of success for your child, but treatment is never too late.
These exercises help kids with autism get better at daily tasks, such as learning to button a shirt or properly hold a fork. But something relevant to education, work or play can be involved in it. The emphasis is dependent on the needs and objectives of the child.
It encourages children to write, as well as connect and communicate with others. Non-verbal abilities may be involved, such as making eye contact, turning in a conversation, and using and recognizing gestures.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
In order to improve healthy attitudes and teach new skills, this form of therapy uses incentives. Parents and other caregivers are qualified to provide moment-by-moment guidance to the autistic child.
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
This type of therapy teaches kids to swap images for things or events. The method is intended for those who do not communicate, are unable to understand, or are hard to understand. For children who do not try to interact or are not interested in specific items, activities, or food, PECS may not work.