Early Intervention Autism

On July 1, 2010, in Autism, by Susi Irawati

Early intervention autism reduces the impact of autism

By Susi Irawati

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Early intervention autism brings better treatment for autism children. Surprisingly, based on research of early intervention autism, the number of children diagnosed with the autism disorder has increased ten times bigger over the past decade.

In USA, a known pioneer organization named LORD, played an important role in learning how to conduct properly early intervention autism for children in age 2-year-olds.,  They make a new invention in early intervention autism by diagnosing young children. They make routine early intervention autism for children in age just 18 months old and sometimes even younger.

The best way to deal with autism is to make early intervention autism as early as possible to treat the condition or impact of autism.

Main activities of this organization are conducting many studies of early intervention autism and also particularly looking for children aged 12-24 months old who have ASD or related communication problems as well as children from families that have two or more members with the autism disorder. A normal communication development study of early intervention autism from 12 to 24 months is also conducted in order to obtain important information about the early steps of language development.

LORD also works on research of early intervention autism that shown autism is very unlikely caused by a single gene. Based on their researches of early intervention autism, parents with an autism child have only a 5 to 10 percent chance of having another child with autism. And then if they have a fraternal twin with autism similarly gives the child the same chances of developing the disorder. There is a 95 percent chance the other identical twin will develop ASD or a related disorder, if one identical twin has autism.

As a part of early intervention autism, important to know that autism is complex developmental disorders that typically appear during the first three years of life. Autistic spectrum disorders give impact to the normal development of the brain processes related to social interaction and communication skills. People with autism typically have problems with verbal and non-verbal communication, social interaction and also leisure or play activities. Read more about this topic in early intervention autism.

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Autism Intervention

On April 23, 2010, in Autism Children, by Susi Irawati

Action Plan of Autism Intervention

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The secret to conquering autism is to understand autism, to understand how autism affects your particular child and impacts your particular family life, and to create and implement an effective autism intervention  plan to help your child reach his or her full potential and to help your family successfully cope with autism.

Here these steps to create and implement an effective autism intervention action plan for your family:

1. Learn about autism and treatments for autism.

2. Learn about how autism affects your child who has been diagnosed with autism and your other family members. Observe and take note of how autism presents in your particular child. Be aware of your child’s strengths, deficits, behaviors, capabilities and needs. Be mindful of how your child’s autism affects the rest of your family. Autism affects your entire family so everyone could use some support. Encourage family members to join support groups for people who have autism and their parents, siblings and extended families.

Autism can take a toll on a family. An autism intervention action plan can benefit all families affected by autism, whether your child is newly diagnosed or was diagnosed with autism years ago.

What is Biomedical Autism Intervention ?

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What is a Biomedical Autism intervention?

The implementation of biomedical therapies for individuals with an autism-spectrum disorder is process of both investigation and patience. Whereas, a treatment such as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy .

Although it can be extremely beneficial it  may take a several months before positive changes such as better language, more appropriate behavior, and improved immune function are recognized.

So, in order to implement biomedical autism treatments you have to be willing to try new remedies such as dietary changes, supplements, methylation support, detoxification therapy, etc. with your child, and be tenacious in tracking positive and/or negative changes to best determine which therapies help the most and which ones are ineffective.

What commonly occurs is that biomedical therapies will overlap and parents will be doing multiple therapies at once. Biomedical intervention for autism-spectrum disorders is no different.

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