Autism is estimated to affect as many as 1 in every 68 individuals. ASD is characterized by atypical development in communication and social interaction, as well as the emergence of unusually restricted and repetitive behaviors and interests. Even though ASD is neurologically based and lifelong in duration, research has shown that early identification and intervention provides an important foundation for learning and building social relationships, and is critical to later school success.
The Autism Spectrum Disorders Service provides the following:
Early Intervention Treatment
Individual & Family Therapy
Adolescent & Adult Adaptive Behavior Skills Training
Social Skills Groups for Children, Adolescents & Adults
Functional Behavior Assessment & Consultation