Asperger’s Treatment

Asperger's TreatmentAsperger’s syndrome, also known as Asperger’s disorder, was defined back in the 1940s Viennese pediatrician Hans Asperger. It is now considered part of the autism spectrum and may be referred to as “high functioning autism.”

Does your child have difficulty expressing emotions or recognizing the feelings of others? Does your child struggles with maintaining or making eye contact with others? Have you noticed that your child becomes fixated on an activity or area of interest with an unusual amount of intensity? If so, your child may benefit from Asperger’s treatment or autism treatment.

Autism Testing Is the First Step toward Asperger’s Treatment

In order to find the best treatment, intervention planning and educational assistance to suit a person’s needs, there needs to be a definitive diagnosis. That is where autism testing comes in. Through this process, we…

  • Identify If a Person Is on the Autism Spectrum
  • Pinpoint the Individual’s Strengths and Areas That May Need Improvement
  • Provide a Foundation for Intervention Planning and Treatment
  • Determine If Other Issues May Be Present, Such as Learning Disabilities or Nonverbal Learning Disorders
  • Establish a Diagnosis for IEPs, 504 Plans and Other Special Education Accommodations

To schedule a consultation for autism and Asperger’s testing, contact CNLD Testing & Therapy at (734) 994-9466.

How Autism and Asperger’s Treatment Work

While Asperger’s is now recognized as part of the autistic spectrum, treatment has focused on promoting positive behaviors while discouraging negative behaviors to improve the quality of life for both children and adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. The goal of treatment at CNLD Testing & Therapy is to provide individuals with important social and behavioral tools that individuals can incorporate into their daily lives.

Our interventions are geared towards individuals with developed language skills and include social skills training, CBT and parent guidance. We have an educational advocate on staff who can assist with school accommodations, as well as licensed therapists who specialize in autism treatment.

For More Information about Asperger’s Treatment with CNLD Testing & Therapy, Please Call (734) 994-9466