Early Autism Intervention Changes Lives
Studies show that the earlier a child receives therapy, the better the outcomes are for that child, including a more independent life in the long-term.
Early intervention has a positive impact on many fundamental skills including communication skills, as well as speech and language development.
Long Term Results
Early intervention is critical to helping children gain the skills to lead a more independent life. This leads to less interventions needed later in life, which has far reaching impacts on the family unit including financial, social/emotional, and more.
Early Intervention at Lighthouse
We specialize in early intervention because we know how important those early years of development are. ABA therapy is often recommended for children with autism as the gold standard of autism treatment. Early intervention is critical in helping children with autism build critical skills that allow them to gain independence and improve overall quality of life. The sooner you identify whether your child has autism, the sooner you can get the resources your child needs to unlock potential and reach goals.
Research has shown that early intervention can improve a child’s overall development. The brain is most easily shaped within an individual’s first seven years of life, and autism can be diagnosed as early as 18 months or younger. At Lighthouse, we specialize in early intervention, because we know how important those early years of development are. With a naturalistic therapy approach we offer a compassionate environment where learners can explore their interests, engage in sensory experiences and truly have fun while learning.
Children who receive therapies at key developmental stages experience better outcomes. ABA therapy is often recommended for children with autism as the gold standard of autism treatment. At Lighthouse, we offer a unique approach to ABA therapy called Lighthouse Fusion. Lighthouse Fusion brings together ABA and speech therapy into one innovative approach to autism therapy. With this clinical model, we are seeing our learners achieve better outcomes, faster, all while having fun.