Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects about 1 in 59 children.

Autism is a developmental disorder characterized by difficulties with social skills, ability to communicate and interact with others, and repetitive behaviors. Our years of experience working with kids on the autism spectrum has taught us that every child is different. That is why we create individual, multisensory treatment plans that fit your child’s needs. We set goals and accommodate the plan as your child improves to continue to challenge them and help them grow.

Do you make little or no eye contact with others? Is it difficult to communicate or interact with others? Do you have a lack of interest in peer relationships? Do you have intense, focused interest in certain topics? Do you have certain repetitive behaviors like repeating words or phrases? Are slight changes in your routine very upsetting?

Find out more about your options.

Assessment

There are many types of Autism. Every child is different. Acquiring an early and accurate diagnosis for your child will lead to an effective treatment and educational plan. Autism can often conceal symptoms for a differential diagnosis such as sensory or auditory processing disorder or a learning disorder. Starting with a comprehensive assessment will allow us to gather all necessary information, and recommend accurate and effective treatments for you or your child.  

treatment: Neurofeedback

Starting treatment soon after an autism diagnosis is made is crucial to reduce difficulties and build on strengths. Luckily, at the Abbey Clinic, you have many options to help your child. Neurofeedback and Biofeedback are designed to increase coping skills for current and future situations. Neurofeedback is an all-natural approach that makes lasting changes at the source: your brain’s imbalanced brainwaves. We can use neurofeedback to train your brain back to a balanced environment and target specific skills depending on your personal brain map.

treatment: Biofeedback

Biofeedback is a great tool we can use to teach self-regulation of your body’s autonomic responses (fight-or-flight response) to improve mental health. Our sympathetic nervous systems prepares our body for emergency whether our conscious or unconscious mind recognizes a source of danger. Anxiety can cause increased heart rate, loss of appetite, sweating and other sympathetic nervous system responses, which send a signal to the pituitary that something is wrong or dangerous.  Biofeedback can help you learn to control your body’s responses to stress, leaving you better equipped to cope when these responses arise.

treatment: neurovisual training

We offer psychotherapy and other forms of therapy including cognitive behavioral therapy, which can allow clients to build a supportive, caring relationship with one of our many psychologists. Together, you can work through any difficulties and learn better tools on how to interact and communicate with others, staying calm, and being more flexible. We also offer family therapy and parent coaching, which can help your family better communicate with your child.

treatment: Therapy

We offer psychotherapy and other forms of therapy including cognitive behavioral therapy, which can allow clients to build a supportive, caring relationship with one of our many psychologists. Together, you can work through any difficulties and learn better tools on how to interact and communicate with others, staying calm, and being more flexible. We also offer family therapy and parent coaching, which can help your family better communicate with your child.

Our advanced and state of art brain training solutions help individuals achieve peak performance and resolve a variety of conditions through improved brain regulation.
We assess your unique needs and level of functioning before drawing up a customized plan for you. Our solutions are evidence-based and rigorously studied. They’ve been used by students, medical professionals, athletes, leading executives, and more for decades.

Contact us to find out more about assessments and treatments for autism.

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