This means getting a child professionally evaluated as soon as your gut tells you there’s a problem, selecting and following through with appropriate treatments, and pursuing additional education about your child’s needs until you become the best “expert” you can be. ————————————————————————————————————————- If you’re looking for additional resources to help you work with your child at home to improve his ability to use and understand words, I can help!!
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Subjective vs Objective In stories, newspapers, and the spoken word, people all over the world are trying to convince you to think as they do.
Success comes when parents make a huge commitment to learning their child’s unique strengths and weakness, become their child’s biggest advocates, and wholeheartedly embrace a comprehensive approach to improving their child’s developmental skills.
Today this question may be “Does my child have autism?
” The word “autistic” has become offensive to some and is not used by professionals, but parents do continue to use this term during their initial search for answers.
” With the epidemic of autism, one of the most common questions I’m asked during an initial speech-language evaluation with a child is, “Could my child be autistic?
” It’s a question that brings worried parents from all over the world to this website every day.
Late talking in and of itself usually does mean autism. Sensory – the way a child takes in and processes information through his senses of sight, touch, hearing, smell, taste, and movement.