Diagnosis to Intervention Act Early
From birth to four years of age there are a wide variety of developmental milestones you should watch for. It is important to learn the signs and act early if a child is not meeting these developmental milestones.
Early diagnosis, along with early and continuous treatment, can allow individuals with autism to make significant improvements, leading to improved relationships, independence, and achievement throughout life.
Interacting With You Pediatrician or Early Intervention Services Office
If you believe your child is not meeting the developmental milestones appropriate for his or her age, contact your pediatrician or early intervention services officer immediately. Do not wait.
Research has continually found early and continuous evidence based, best practice interventions to significantly improve outcomes for individuals with autism.