Autism We Can Help
ASD Life ABA Therapy is devoted to provide center based & in home ABA therapy We believe in your child's growth and development. We strive to help you and your child have a higher quality of life.
Integrative Work and Teamwork Approach We favor team approaches. We communicate with schools and other therapists, such as speech therapists (ST) and occupational therapists (OT) collaboratively to maximize the benefit to the child. We listen to parent's needs and we work hard to enhance the entire family's dynamics so that the individual with Autism can participate more effectively with his/her family and community.know more
What makes us different?
We incorporate moral values with our work ethics and approach every child with compassion .
What Do You Need to Know about Your Child's Autism?
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Common Misconception about Autism
- Children with Autism engage in the wrong behavior because they don't know what they are doing.
- In most cases, children with Autism are well aware of their shortcomings and they hate themselves for it. However, they needed the support of us to train them to engage in alternative appropriate behaviors. Telling kids with Autism that they should not do this or should do this would not help in any way. They know what they should do and what they should not do. What they are missing is the training needed to help them acquire the skills needed to behave appropriately and do what they know to be right. These kids need our support, not our judgment.
- Children with Autism are not compassionate and don't feel the pain of others.
- Most kids with Autism are compassionate and loving. They want to be productive and recognized members of society.
- Children with Autism don't care about making friends and are happy to be alone.
- Children with Autism, like most of us, want to make friends and be accepted by their peers. While they may prefer solitude and reclusion at times, they genuinely care about being noticed and accepted.
- Children with Autism don't understand when adults talk about them. Most parents think that their child with autism doesn't comprehend when they talk about them, and thus doesn't care.
- The truth is that, regardless of the functioning level of the child, they can comprehend speech and are very sensitive about what is said about them. Just like you like people to speak highly of you, children with Autism like to be appreciated and hate it when their parents state their shortcomings in the presence of others. Just because kids with Autism do not make eye contact and don't react to your conversation in the conventional ways, that doesn't mean that they don't understand what is said about them (or to them).