Autism can be termed as a complicated developmental disability which alters a person’s communication abilities and comprehension of the world at large. An autistic person would experience the world very differently from you and I. It is a lifelong condition which can be managed with the right training and rehabilitation therapies, but can’t be cured. An autistic individual will retain certain symptoms of the disability on a lifelong basis.

Autism can oscillate between a spectrum with all autistic individuals sharing some symptoms but others may also have conditions affecting their mental health, learning disabilities and other issues which in turn demands different approaches to therapy.

Symptoms of Autism

The period between 2 and 3 years is when parents can identity signs of autism in children such as :

  • Understanding and expressing themselves via spoken languages
  • Difficulty with non-verbal cues
  • Difficulty understanding someone’s tonality
  • Insensitive demeanor and responses
  • Avoidance of crowds
  • Refusal to get close to other people apart from trusted individuals
  • Exhibiting “weird” behavior that doesn’t fit socially acceptable norms

Benefits of Neuro-Rehabilitation for Autism

Patterns of brainwaves responsible for autism symptoms are “rewired” during Neurotherapy sessions at Allovedas resulting in:

  • Improved social behavior
  • Control of voice
  • Verbal expressions
  • Better language proficiency
  • Speech patterns
  • Self –confidence and sense of self
  • Dexterity
  • Assertiveness
  • Reduction in repetitive gestures and behaviors