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Treatments

  • Early Interventions

    Children with autism benefit from early intervention. Early intervention may include different types of therapy — such as physical, occupational, or speech — as early as possible following diagnosis.

  • Physical Therapy

    Physical therapy can help children develop motor skills and improve balance and movement. Some children with autism may also need help developing muscle tone.

  • Occupational Therapy

    Occupational therapy helps children with daily activities like dressing or feeding themselves.

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

    Cognitive-behavioral therapy can address behavior problems in children with autism.

  • Speech Therapy

    Speech therapy helps children develop communication and language skills.

  • Medicines

    Medicines can help with some behaviors related to autism, such as aggression or anxiety.

  • Special Education

    School-aged children with autism may need extra support at school through a special education program. You will work with your child’s teachers and school to create an individualized education plan (IEP) for your child. Federal law requires that schools provide these plans to parents and children.

  • Clinical Trials

    Clinical trials may include new medicines or therapies to treat autism. Your child may be eligible for a clinical trial depending on their symptoms and their genetics.