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Aris4Autism treats an autistic child with love, respect, and acceptance and never doubt child’s abilities to learn. Instead of trying to force a child to come to our neurotypical world, we gladly accept their invitation, when they choose to give it to us, and meet them in their unique world. Then slowly, when the child is ready, we invite them to join us in our world as wonderfully autistic individuals. Never trying to force them into a neurotypical mold. Never trying to get rid of behaviors such as stimming, that are not harmful to a child or their environment. Instead, we seek to build on their strengths, and cultivate the skills that will help an autistic child become as independent and happy as possible.
Aris4Autism is NOT an online course or a cookie-cutter program. Every child receives a totally unique program that fits their needs, strengths and challenges perfectly. Neither will you be flooded with material that is not relevant to your family. We give you exactly what you need. Nothing more. Nothing less.
Studies show that child’s brains are naturally wired to learn through play, relationships, and social interactions. That is why we use child’s natural interests, motivation and fun interactions to make learning enjoyable and effective for them.
Our intervention starts with a thorough assessment of the child’s skills, and behaviors as well as possible psychological or sensory challenges. We don’t forget things like potty training, sleep problems, or food refusal either if the child needs these. After the assessment a child received a program that combines several evidence-based treatment modalities to treat the whole child. This program is 100% tailor-made to fit your unique child perfectly and aims to build your child’s skills in communication, social, life-skills, play, cognitive, motor and academics.
We believe that nobody knows a child like a parent, and that a relationship between a parent and an autistic child can be a catalyst for growth. We know that dedicated, loving parents can bring about the best results in autistic children- especially when supported by a multidisciplinary group of experts.