Don’t wait to get help if you are worried that your child may be missing milestones. Obtaining an early diagnosis is important. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that “developmental surveillance should be a component of every preventive care visit.” In addition, they state, “Standardized developmental screening tools should be used when such surveillance identifies concerns about a child’s development & for children who appear to be at low risk of a developmental disorder at the 9-, 18-, and 30-month visits.”
Life Strategies provides Early Intervention Therapy services not only in our Blooming Potential Autism and Learning Centers, but also in your child’s home so that young children can receive therapy in a comfortable and familiar environment. This also allows parents and family members to be involved and present during therapy and can observe and participate as needed.