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Boundless offers person-centered autism care for children, adolescents, and adults.

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What is autism?

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), is a broad range of conditions, often including challenges with social, behavioral, and communication skills. There is no single type of autism. Like everybody, people with autism are born with a variety of strengths and challenges. Some may be able to live fully independent lives, while others may need a lot of help in their day-to-day. According to the CDC, autism affects an estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States.

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What are the signs of autism?

The autism spectrum is broad, but signs include social and communication challenges, along with atypical or repetitive patterns of behavior. A child with autism may have difficulty with emotions and language skills, show a sensitivity to touch, light, and sound, or fixate on specific routines. These symptoms appear in early childhood and persist into adulthood. 

The first signs of autism typically appear between the ages of two or three, but some may arise later. Research shows that early autism child care and intervention can lead to positive outcomes.


Boundless Programs and Services

Boundless offers a range of autism services and autism child care to help you or your loved one receive the support they need to thrive.

  • Augmentative Alternative Communication Clinic
  • Adaptive Skill Building
  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Care Coordination
  • Counseling and Psychiatry
  • Day Treatment
  • Diagnostic Assessment
  • Educational Services
  • Behavior Skill Training
  • Reciprocal Imitation Training
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Social Skill Development
  • Social Worker Support

Is Boundless right for me or my loved one?

To learn more about how our approach to autism care can help you or your loved one live a more boundless life, please contact our intake department to speak with one of our intake counselors.

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