Posts Tagged ‘autism therapy’

The Cost and Path to Autism Therapy

Posted on July 11th, 2016 by ProCare Therapy

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When a child is diagnosed with autism, it can leave parents feeling overwhelmed. They initially need to learn what this means for their own child. After this, they must share the news with family and friends. At the same time, many will begin to advocate for their child's needs. For many parents, this is a confusing time that can make them feel overwhelmed. Depending on the age of their child, they may not know where to go for assistance.

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Classroom Based Autism Therapy

Posted on April 11th, 2016 by ProCare Therapy

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April is Autism Awareness month. This time of year reminds us of the need to find therapy options that work for all of our autistic students. Each child is different and some therapy approaches that work for one student may not work for another. Often times, therapists find a model that works well, but when combined with another therapy, shows even greater potential. Children living with autism often go though many different types of therapies from the time they are toddlers and beyond. Much of it works on social skills, sensory integration, and speech.

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The Case for Continuing Autism Therapy Throughout School

Posted on May 19th, 2014 by ProCare Therapy


Early intervention is crucial in helping children that are diagnosed with autism. Many programs and insurance providers allow for intensive therapy for children to participate in prior to starting school. Research has shown that this helps children to better cope with their neurological differences and to develop skills that they will need when they begin kindergarten.

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