What kinds of therapies/therapists are recommended for kids with autism?
Sep. 15, 2022Updated Sep. 15, 2022
While every child is different, some of the most common supports for autism include occupational therapy, behavioral therapy (such as ABA or alternatives to ABA), speech therapy, and social skills training.
If your child has an autism diagnosis, check out this article for a more comprehensive list of the professionals who may be part of your child’s care team as well as the therapies they might recommend.
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