Autism Spectrum of Disorders (ASD)
The Autism Spectrum of Disorders (ASD) are a group of neuro-developmental challenges that traditionally includes Autism, Asperger’s, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, and Childhood Disintegrative Disorder that all have common neurological, behavioral, and learning characteristics. While every child with an ASD is different, they all have one thing in common: neurological networks of their brain are not communicating effectively with each other. This does not allow them to properly process sensory information and appropriately respond. Abnormal sensory-motor processing leads to difficulties with coordination, balance, behavior, communication, attention, and more. At OYBC, we utilize the experience of our clinical team, sophisticated assessments (when able), and cutting-edge technology to functionally “connect” an individual’s sensory-motor processing, regardless of their age. OYBC is proud to be a Certified Autism Center by IBCCES. Through this training our entire staff is well versed in how to provide the top quality of care for children and adults with ASD. We utilize personalized care to provide improved quality of life by working with the latest technologies, neuroplastic therapies, and the newest research in nutrition.
- Accelerated or decelerated closed head injury
- Strokes and cerebrovascular accidents
- Whiplash injuries or motor vehicle accidents
- Neurological disorders
- Balance disorders
- Upper extremity or spinal cord injury.
- Sensory Processing Disorders
- Learning Disabilities
- Memory Challenges