Communication Challenges: Many autistic children have difficulty with speech and non-verbal communication. Some may not speak at all, while others might have limited language skills.
Social Difficulties: Autistic children often struggle with social interactions. They may have difficulty making friends, understanding social cues, or showing empathy.
Repetitive Behaviors: Many autistic children engage in repetitive behaviors or have intense interests in specific topics. These can be used as a way to self-soothe or cope with sensory issues.
Sensory Sensitivities: Autistic children may be hypersensitive or hyposensitive to sensory stimuli. This means they can be very sensitive to certain sounds, textures, or lights, Autistic Child Care BD or they may not notice these things at all.
Our primary aim is ensuring patients can enjoy professional healthcare within the comfort and safety of their own homes. This often aids in recovery and wellbeing, saving patients the stresses of frequent hospital visits.
We value the role families play in our patient’s health journey. Our staff maintains open communication with families about their loved one’s care, keeping them informed and a part of the process.