Private Child Autism (ASD) Diagnosis and Treatment
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Why choose Psymplicity for your child’s private autism treatment?
A quick introduction to ASD in children and adolescents
Autism in children is very worrying for parents as it can have a significant impact on many aspects of their life, but it is treatable using our three-step process:
- Get the right private autism diagnosis and a holistic treatment plan tailored to your child with access to the whole CAMHS team
- Be prescribed the right medication at the right dosage to treat the symptoms restricting your child’s life, and receive support in managing the symptoms for the whole family
- Enjoy improved relationships, enhanced concentration and performance at school, and enhanced overall wellbeing
Does your child need support managing the symptoms dominating their life?
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What is childhood and teenage autism?
Most people have heard of childhood autism, but many remain confused about what it actually means to be on the autistic spectrum. Discover more about autism here.
Meet our child autism specialists
Our childhood and teenage autism specialists have decades of combined experience in diagnosing and treating autism in children and have practised in leading institutions in the UK and beyond. Experts in their field, they are dedicated to keeping up to date with all the latest developments in psychiatry to deliver the best care for you — because we know that the right treatment combination can be truly transformative.
What are the symptoms?
Autism in children presents in different ways, and will vary from child-to-child. Here, we cover the most common autism symptoms.
How is childhood autism treated?
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What is child and adolescent autism?
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or ‘autism’ as it is more commonly known, is a group of developmental conditions that impact a person’s social skills, their ability to communicate, and their behaviour. It starts in infancy or early childhood and it can cause disruptions to a child’s skill development, such as talking, playing, and interacting with others. While the symptoms and the severity of childhood autism can vary substantially, children with autism have many obstacles to overcome and require help to live a fulfilling life.
That’s where we come in! If you think that your child is showing symptoms of autism and you are concerned about the impact on their life, we are here to help.
At Psymplicity, we follow a client-focused approach, putting your child’s mental well-being above all else to provide the personalised care and attention they need. Following a private autism assessment of their unique needs and circumstances, we will develop a bespoke treatment plan that will help alleviate their symptoms. Childhood autism can be a challenging condition to live with, but we can help your child overcome its restrictive limitations and improve their quality of life.
What are the symptoms of child autism?
Childhood autism symptoms begin in infancy, often when your child is 12-18 months or younger. The symptoms of autism in children can vary significantly both in their characteristics and severity. The symptoms a child might experience are unique to them, as is the level of impairment caused by the condition.
Main symptoms of autism spectrum disorder in children:
These are just some of the most frequently experienced symptoms of ASD in children. In addition to the above, your child might also face high levels of stress and anxiety. Anxiety and stress are a normal part of your child’s development, but children with autism experience these types of emotions more intensely and more often than others. Often, these symptoms are misconstrued as ‘acting out’ or behaving in an unruly manner.
Attempts to explain your child’s symptoms to others can sometimes fall on deaf ears, as people may think that they are merely acting out. While many children are diagnosed with autism early on in their life, others can go for years without a diagnosis and therefore be misunderstood and treated unfairly.
At Psymplicity Healthcare, we understand your struggles, and we’re here to help. Following a thorough private autism assessment, during which we will consider the characteristics, frequency and duration of your child’s symptoms, you will receive a private autism diagnosis for your child. Our therapists and other specialists across the CAMHS teams will work with your child to help them manage and live with their ASD symptoms. We will also explain how they can stop these symptoms from affecting their education, social skills, and ability to tackle tasks. We’re not only here to listen and understand; we’re here to help.
Book an appointment to see how we can help to manage the symptoms of your child’s autism and massively improve their quality of life. During the assessment sessions, you’ll receive the diagnosis you’ve been waiting for, along with a bespoke plan of treatment for your child’s autism.
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