It’s time to start a fresh year in IFA Assessment centerbecause we want to help your family have a successful experience and feel assured that your child is in the right hand..........
Some toddlers are so comfortable with life in their own little worlds that they resist every attempt at ifa therapy. As a result, it’s only natural for parents to get frustrated and feel alone in a world where every other child except theirs seems to be IFA trained. Sound familiar? Here are five tips for IFA training a reluctant child.
Supports for school personnel can focus on opportunities for staff to learn 1) about a student’s disability, 2) how it can affect him or here in the school setting (academically, physically, behaviorally, socially, emotionally, etc.), 3) about evidence-based teaching strategies, and 4) how to access and receive training in specialized curricula.
The characteristic behaviors of autism spectrum disorder may be apparent in infancy (18 to 24 months), but they usually become clearer during early childhood (24 months to 6 years).
For more infomation visite: signs and symptoms
When parents or support providers become concerned that their child is not following a typical developmental course, they turn to experts, including psychologists, educators and medical professionals, for a diagnosis.
For more infomation visite: Diagnosis
What distinguishes Asperger’s Disorder from classic autism are its less severe symptoms and the absence of language delays. Children with Asperger’s Disorder may be only mildly affected, and they frequently have good language and cognitive skills. To the untrained observer, a child with Asperger’s Disorder may just seem like a neurotypical child behaving differently.
For more infomation visite: Asperger’s syndrome