DePelchin offers a comprehensive and family-centered approach to diagnosing and caring for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Our multi-disciplinary team consists of professionals from diverse backgrounds and specializations, including psychologists, counselors and speech pathologists. We also refer to a DePelchin psychiatrist when appropriate.
Together, our team of experts provides a coordinated autism assessment utilizing state-of-the-art diagnostic tools to evaluate children. In addition to providing diagnostic evaluations, we offer a range of therapeutic and educational services to support the entire family.
DePelchin’s autism services include:
Comprehensive evaluations for children, ages 12 months and older, whose symptoms suggest an autism spectrum disorder.
Independent education evaluations are performed at the request of parents who are concerned about the school’s evaluation of their child.
Parent Education Series
The parent education series is designed to support parents and families of children on the autism spectrum as children go through the developmental cycle and educational transitions.
A short-term behavior program that coaches parents on developing their child's skills in the areas of communication, play, social interaction and self-help.
Group therapy that works to develop the social-thinking skills of children who have high-functioning autism and Asperger's Disorder.
Group therapy approach that helps teens ages 14 and older transition from middle school to high school and high school to college or employment.
For more information, contact DePelchin Autism Services at 713-730-2335 or firstname.lastname@example.org.