Cognitive training is not a treatment for autism, but it may help individuals with autism improve core cognitive skills used for:
- Reading & writing
- Focus & concentration
- Mental processing
- And more
It is common for kids and adults on the spectrum to have difficulties in one or more of these core areas. This can contribute to problems at home, at school, or at work, making it harder for those with autism to navigate the world around them.
That is why it is so important to find the right kind of autism help for kids and adults on the spectrum. With the right skills, strategies, and resources, anyone can thrive with Autism.
Following our one-on-one cognitive training, clients with autism spectrum disorder have seen significant gains in their cognitive skills.
Results among a number of clients with a diagnosis of ASD showed that the average gain in cognitive skills was 3.2 years. The most significant was 4.5 years in auditory processing. Clients also saw improvements in sustained attention, working memory, processing speed, logic & reasoning, visual processing, and long-term memory.
Note: *These are the results of past clients. You may or may not achieve similar results*.