Early Intervention in Brevard County and Orange County, FL
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According to the Center for Disease Control, the number of autism spectrum disorder diagnoses increases every year, with figures ranging from 1 in 68 to 1 in 54. By offering early intervention services, the Beehavior Company hopes to help children discover their unique gifts that let them thrive in today’s society. Our services are suitable for children as young as 18 months old. Call now for more details.
The Importance of Early Intervention
Evidence shows that the earlier we evaluate a child’s development, the greater the chance that the child has to reach their full potential. At the Beehavior Company, we can refer you to a specialist to diagnose ASD in toddlers as young as 18 months.
It has been found that children with autism learn best through the repetition of well-defined steps. For example, getting dressed is often broken down into four or more steps, with each step frequently repeated in the same order. More complex skills, such as having a back-and-forth conversation, requires even more steps and practice.
It is therefore important that you take note of your child’s developmental milestones and any gaps you might observe so that you can discuss your concerns with a specialist. If your concerns are not appeased, behavior specialists at The Beehavior Company can provide referrals to diagnosing providers at your request.
Early intervention for the best possible outcomes
- Early Intervention
- Daily Living Skills
- Social Skills
- Challenging behavior
- Caregiver Training
- Toilet Training
- Valued and Dedicated Staff
- Ambition for Self-improvement
- A Therapeutic Approach for the Entire Care Team
- Exercising Empathy
- Brevard County, FL
- Orange County, FL
- Decatur, GA
- Belvedere Park, GA
What are the Early signs of autism?
Diagnosing ASD isn’t black and white since children develop at their own pace and in their own sequence. However, extensive research into child development and neurology has shed light on some early signs that can be observed from around 6 months of age. These include
- poor eye contact
- limited or non-existent facial expression or smiling
- delayed babbling or vocalization
- abnormal movements, poor coordination, and muscle tone.
Acting on early signs