Center of Integral Therapy for Autistic Children

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We are a Center of integrated Therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder.

We offer a work program with a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary team, ranging from pediatrician, neurologist, neuropsychologist, psychiatrist, psychologist, speech therapist, occupational therapist, therapist of learning and development therapist.

What is the Autism?

It is a complex disorder that impacts the normal development of the brain, in areas related to:

– The Social Interaction
– The communicative abilities
– The behavior standards

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¿Cuándo se detecta?

It appears during the first 3 years of the life, which dominates a developmental disability and their incidence ranges in 1 to 160 of every live birth currently.

A diagnostic and intervention at an early age can make the difference.

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The Evaluation and the diagnostic will be the first step to receive the services of the Center

Then, in an integrated way, the patient will receive several hours of:

– Speech therapy
– Developmental therapy
– Learning therapy
– Occupational therapy

Our project works in area or space totally structured, with visual teaching, through:  

– Programs of basic abilities and developmental abilities
– Management of oral or spoken communication techniques, Augmentative communication techniques
– Stimulating handling and behavior for leisure and daily living skills in children

Training Center for parents and professionals

Our services are not only for therapeutic intervention, but we are also a training Center for parents and professionals nationwide.

The Guarantee of International Institutions

We have the support and advice from the Department of Special Education of the Old Dominion University from Virginia, United States, and Physicians for Peace and the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).

How do you know if a child may have autism?

  • Poor social interaction
  • Little or no  eye contact
  • Low sensitivity to pain.
  • He repeats what he hears.
  • Avoid physical contact.
  • Does not respond to his/her name, it seems to be deaf.
  • Insulation.
  • Rotating objects.
  • Extreme Hypoactive or hyperactive behavior.
  • Difficulty to express needs.
  • Does not respond to regular educational methods.
  • Strange games.

Services and areas that the Center Covers
Our services range from assessment and Diagnostics until the therapeutic intervention in a multidisciplinary way.