Benefits of Speech Therapy for Autism

Children with autism may have major problems with both speech and non-verbal communication. They may also find it very hard to interact socially. They don’t look for other children to play with. They prefer to be on their own. For these reasons, speech therapy is a central part of treatment for autism. They may need the services of the Occupational Therapy to work on their attention and the clinical psychologist to work on their behavior.

Speech therapy can address a wide range of communication problems for people with autism. Call us for an appointment with our speech language pathologist to find out more as to how speech therapy can help your child.