At SCADD we aim to make the child and parents’ journey easy and pleasant. We understand the pressure that is inflicted on parents when their child is diagnosed as ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder). At SCADD we understand the difficulties; the emotional and social pressure. Therefore, we have adopted the latest methods in Behavioral Therapy to ensure that the child and parents’ journey towards inclusion is as smooth and efficient as possible. Our certified therapists are trained and licensed according to the international Behavior Analyst Certification Board BACB standards in continuous education in ACE (American Council on Exercise). We are the only Certified Autism Center CAC from the International Board of credentialing and continuing education standards (IBCCES) in the region. Our mission is to ensure that every child is receiving the maximum benefit from each session.
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Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects social interaction, communication, and behavior. The condition is typically diagnosed in early childhood and can vary widely in severity. Autism is often referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), as there is a wide range of symptoms and severity levels.
Learning disabilities are neurological conditions that can impact a child's ability to learn and perform in school. They can affect different areas of learning, such as reading, writing, and math, and can have a significant impact on a child's self-esteem and academic progress. Common types of learning disabilities include...
Down syndrome is a genetic condition that occurs when a person has an extra copy of chromosome 21. It is the most common chromosomal condition and affects approximately 1 in 700 babies born in the United States. Down syndrome is characterized by distinctive physical features, developmental delays, and intellectual disability.
Problem behaviors or challenging behavior refer to behaviors that interfere with a child's ability to learn, form relationships, and function in daily life. These behaviors may include aggression, self-injury, and noncompliance, and can be a source of stress for both the child and their caregivers.