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Autism Support 

Knowing the signs and symptoms of autism is crucial in identifying this condition early on and providing the necessary support and services to individuals affected. Some of the common indicators include social communication difficulties, repetitive behaviors, and sensory sensitivities. The McCrory Center offers evaluations to assess the presence and severity of autism, which can help individuals and families access their entitlements. These evaluations can provide important information for educational planning, therapy, and other support services. By identifying the signs and symptoms of autism and seeking appropriate evaluations, individuals can better navigate the challenges that come with this condition and access the resources they need to thrive.

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Common Support for Children with Autism

As a caregiver, parent, or even as an individual, it is essential to recognize the early signs and symptoms of autism. These signs may include a lack of eye contact, delayed speech development, repetitive behaviors, and difficulty in social interactions.

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1. Early intervention programs that provide educational, developmental, and therapeutic support services to children with autism, including Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy and speech therapy.

2. Parent training and education programs that empower caregivers with the necessary tools and skills to support their child with autism.

3. Access to specialized healthcare providers, such as pediatricians, neurologists, and developmental pediatricians, who are knowledgeable in treating children with autism.

4. Assistive technology, including augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices, that can aid in communication and enhance learning.

5. Financial support through government disability benefits and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) that can assist families with the costs associated with caring for a child with autism.

6. Access to support groups and peer networks for both children with autism and their caregivers, providing a sense of community and shared experiences.

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