BC Autism

Heartfelt Autism Services

Vancouver, BC

Assessment Assessment    Evidence-Based Practice Evidence-Based Practice    Intervention Intervention

Attachment-Based Services Attachment-Based Services    Speech & Language Services Speech & Language Services



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Welcome

Our team at Heartfelt Autism Services are here to provide your neurodiverse child with individual developmental communication assessment and intervention tailored to your child's unique developmental needs. We honour and respect individual family culture, beliefs and values.

Understanding neurodiversity and the implications for your child is where we begin the journey of support. The core deficits of ASD likely affect your child's social interaction, social language and social play. Your child may experience anxiety, picky eating, difficulty sleeping and engage in repetitive behaviours and rigidity.

We are team players and are happy to work with community therapists and medical professionals you have chosen to be on your child's team.


Assessment

Academic Language Skills
Pragmatic Language Skills (Social Functional Language)
Phonology (Sounds in words)
Articulation
Suttering
Motor Speech Disorders (Dysathria/Apraxia)
Oral Peripheral Examination (Structure and movement of speech mechanism)
Eating (Picky eating and difficulties with chewing and swallowing)
Behavior (considered communication for wants and needs)


Intervention

Each child belongs to a family. Parents are the most important people in the child’s life. Siblings and extended family play an important role in the child’s life.

Home and community-based intervention is designed according to your child's unique and individual developmental needs and follows current evidence-based practise (Dr. Connie Kasari, Dr. Simon Baron-Cohen, Michelle Garcia Winner, Reference and Regulate Curriculum, Early Start Denver Model) combined with practise that is attachment-based (Dr. Gordon Neufeld, Dr. Daniel Siegel).



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