Blue Ribbon Allied Health Services

Autism and Aspergers

Autism and Aspergers Support Services

At Blue Ribbon Allied Health Services, we understand the unique challenges faced by individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Aspergers. Our professionals provide comprehensive and compassionate support to individuals and families with ASD and Aspergers. We believe in promoting the development of essential skills, enhancing communication abilities, and fostering independence in those with autism. Our Autism and Aspergers Services aim to create a nurturing environment that encourages growth and empowers individuals to thrive.

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder and Aspergers

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Aspergers are neurodevelopmental conditions that affect communication, behaviour, and social interaction. Individuals with ASD may struggle to understand social cues, express emotions, or develop meaningful relationships. They may engage in repetitive behaviours and exhibit a strong preference for routines. Our team of experts is well-versed in the nuances of ASD and Aspergers and can provide valuable insights to help individuals and families better understand and manage these conditions.

Tailored Support for Different Areas of Need

Blue Ribbon Allied Health Services offers personalised services to address the diverse needs of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Aspergers, including:

Behavioural Therapy

Our behavioural therapists work closely with individuals to develop strategies that address challenging behaviours and promote positive social interactions.

Speech and Language Therapy

Individuals with communication issues might benefit from our speech therapy programs, which focus on improving communication skills and language development.

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists develop essential life skills and improve sensory processing to enhance independence and participation in daily activities.

Autism and Aspergers Symptoms

Identifying the signs of ADHD in children is crucial for early intervention. Some common symptoms may include:


  • Inappropriate or limited social interactions
  • Light, sound, and texture hypersensitivity
  • Avoid or be unable to maintain eye contact
  • Unusual speech, such as flat, high-pitched, silent, loud, or robotic
  • Uses less or no gestures in early childhood, i.e., not waving goodbye
  • Repeats words or sentences (known as echolalia)

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