Autism

Autism is defined as a development disorder that affects three main areas.

  • 1. Speech
  • 2. Socialization and
  • 3. Produces repetitive or stereotyped behavior. The child presents with normal development in the first months of life and then at about 1-3 years the child losses language, visual contact, socialization skills.

Autism can present in degrees of severity, for these reasons it has been divided in three types: I, II and III. It can be associated to other genetic conditions. Traditional recommended treatments consist of therapy and medication:

  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Sensory Therapy
  • Applied Behavioral Analysis among others.

The treatment of Autism has improved significantly in the last 10 years. Important research has been done and other alternatives of treatment have been developed.

WIN has been treating successfully thousands of children and adults with Autism. Our treatment plans are developed based on results of quantitative medical and neurological testing. The program integrates avant-garde technology to stimulate neuronal communication and accelerate results. Every child has an individualized medical and therapeutic plan which is constantly revised to assure the best results.

The parents are integrated to the program and they are an integral part of the treatment process with the purpose of helping them to become knowledgeable in their child’s condition and learn how to help improve their condition.

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