Treatment and Intervention Services for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Tratamiento y servicios de intervención para el trastorno del espectro autista
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
The article discusses treatment and intervention services for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), highlighting the importance of personalized approaches due to the unique strengths and challenges of individuals with ASD. It covers various types of treatments including behavioral, developmental, educational, social-relational, pharmacological, psychological, and complementary and alternative approaches. The article emphasizes evidence-based practices like Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Speech and Language Therapy, as well as the importance of collaboration between providers, individuals with ASD, and their families.
Also available in Spanish: Los tratamientos actuales para el trastorno del espectro autista (TEA) buscan reducir los síntomas que interfieren en el funcionamiento diario y la calidad de vida.1 El TEA afecta a cada persona de manera distinta, lo que significa que las personas con TEA tienen fortalezas y desafíos únicos y distintas necesidades de tratamiento.1 Por lo tanto, los planes de tratamiento generalmente incluyen varios profesionales y son adaptados a la persona.
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
3/21/2024 1:14 PM EDT