Early diagnosis can yield better outcomes for children who are on the spectrum. Hence, screening children between the ages of 18 months and 4 years is highly recommended, even if children do not show any signs of developmental delay. Link in bio for more!
A comprehensive assessment and evaluation determines if an individual meets the criteria for a particular disorder that is outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual-5th Edition (DSM-V), after which a suitable diagnosis/therapy would be suggested by clinicians. Learn more comprehensive assessment and evaluation serivces. Link in bio!
Stepping Stones New Enrichment Program is offered for children of ages 7-11 years, to improve their language, social, adaptive, motor and independent living skills. To learn more about the program, check out the link in bio.
While ASD is thought to be a ‘newer condition,' history reveals that many notable personalities have been on the Autism Spectrum. Thomas Edison and Albert Einstein, two of the world’s greatest scientists, showed symptoms of ASD. Link in bio for more!
Regular universal screenings and screenings for Autism Spectrum Disorder are recommended as such pediatric checkups will often lead to an earlier diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Link in bio for more!
Behavior Consultation and Case Management is a service offered to parents at Stepping Stones Center to assist their children in helping them achieve developmentally age-appropriate milestones. Check out the link in bio for more!
Learning support services are aimed at improving literacy, numeracy skills and proficiency in areas in which the child is academically performing at a lower level in comparison to their age-matched peers. Link in bio for more!
Did you know? Similar to other individuals on the spectrum, individuals with high-functioning autism may show signs of deficiency in areas of emotion, communication, expressions, and social interaction. Link in bio for more.