How does Speech Therapy help those with Autism?

Children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders are one of our most vulnerable clients. Not only is each individual uniquely different in their strengths and needs, complicating how we approach therapy, but each person is at higher risk for additional diagnoses such as seizures, allergies, GI disorders, apraxia of speech or the body, dysarthria, generalized weakness, sensory disorders, feeding disorders, etc.. In speech therapy, children with autism often need assistance with communication, pragmatics, and feeding. Communication is such an important part of enjoying living and becoming a functional member of society. It is no wonder that it can be the difference in improving quality of lif

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