Symptoms of Autism.The symptoms of one person with autism can be very different from one to another. Health care providers think of autism as a spectrum disorder—which means that there is a range of similar features in different people with the disorder. 1
One person with autism may have mild symptoms, while another may have more serious symptoms, but they both have ASD, despite the range of possible symptoms, there are certain actions and behaviors that are common in ASD and could signal that the child is on the autism spectrum.Read More
Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills- Revised (ABLLS-R)
The ABLLS-R is an assessment, curriculum guide, and skills tracking system for children with language delays that provides criterion referenced information about a child’s skills which can be used as the basis for selecting objectives and monitoring progress (Partington, 2010).