Snellville Autism Therapy Center
At Hopebridge, we believe autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental delays should not hold back any child. Our job is to open your child’s world through a center-based therapy program focused on providing early intensive behavioral intervention from 15 months to 7 years of age, which introduces them to new environments and experiences.
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Early Behavior and Communication Challenges to Look for in Babies and Toddlers
The sound of the first cry. The first time the eyes blink open. The first tooth that pokes through. – There are many ‘firsts’ parents look for, whether it be signs that the baby finally arrived, or developmental milestones as the kid grows. The firsts are exciting, but they aren’t everything. For a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or developmental disabilities, some of these firsts might be missed.
Gaining Family Acceptance
Is your family not supportive of your child’s autism diagnosis? A supportive network of loved ones is an important part of the treatment process, but for many parents, the most difficult part of autism can be the lack of support from those closest to them. Try these tips and tricks to get family members on the road to acceptance and understanding.