Pages about The Son-Rise Program for Autism Treatment
Written by Bryn Hogan at The Autism Treatment Center of America. This book contains over 200 tips and ideas for interactive play with children who have autism.
The Son-Rise Program, at The Autism Treatment Center of America is considered ‘hope for every child’ who has autism and related pervasive developmental difficulties. The Son Rise Program came from Barry Neil Kaufman in 1974 when treating their son who was said to have autism. Read about the ground-breaking program in the original book by the co-founder of The Autism Treatment Center of America.
This new video details how a Pediatrician used the Son-Rise Program with their son named Patrick. The video shows Patrick’s progress through the use of The Son-Rise Program. There is no mention on any dietary interventions with The Son-Rise Program and how the diet changes alone could have improved the child’s activity. This video posting is not an endorsement for The Son-Rise Program and is presented purely for information purposes.
Pediatrician Uses the Son-Rise Program to Recover Their Son from Autism?
A video from The Autism Treatment Center of America describes how interpersonal social development plays a key part in the effective treatment of Autism. The video also compares ABA to The Son-Rise Program in regards to what each treatment method considers the essential skills to teach a child with Autism.
This October 2010 the Autism Treatment Center of America is having their annual UK lecture tour.
The free lectures will start October 9th 2010 and end October 16th in London. View all of the locations and dates below:
http://bit.ly/autismuk (UK Lecture page at Autism Treatment Center of America)
Monday, April 19, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
Hear a live interview with Raun K. Kaufman on www.nytalkradio.net!
This will be a LIVE 60 minute interview on Monday, April 19 at 1:00 pm.
Raun Kaufman is the CEO of The Autism Treatment Center of America.
Both of these treatment methods differ on these very basic ideas:
The Primary Area of Focus
The Basic Understanding of the Autism Spectrum Disorders
The Teaching Methods
The Role of the Parent in Treatment
View the following video to see the key differences:
This is a video from The Autism Treatment Center of America