Therapy Interventions

Posted by on Dec 28, 2011 in Autism

A child with problems severe enough to interfere with learning, mobility, self-care, or communication, therapies may provide stimulation to help the child ameliorate, compensate for, or adapt to the impairment or disability. Therapists, work with the family, child, physician, and teacher to promote a positive functional adaptation to impairment or disability in the context of the child’s developmental progress. There are a number of traditional and alternative therapies available to help children with developmental disorders that should be explored in conjunction with medical management.
•    ANIMAL THERAPY
•    APPLIED BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS
•    ART THERAPY
•    BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
•    HYDROTHERAPY
•    MUSIC THERAPY
•    OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
•    PLAY THERAPY
•    PHYSICAL THERAPY
•    SENSORY INTEGRATION THERAPY
•    SPEECH / LANGUAGE THERAPY