An early, intensive, appropriate treatment program will greatly improve the outlook for most young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Treatment is most successful when the program is geared toward the individual child's particular needs. Psycho-education of the family members and care takers about ASD and various interventions is the first initial step. The best treatment plan may use a combination of interventions depending on the presenting age and concerns of the child, needs of the child, and family acceptance of various available interventions.
By following the “Biomedical Approach”, the alternative treatments which is not FDA (US) approved, proposed by Autism Research Institute, US (1995); biomedical approach gives a hope and believes “Autism is treatable and recovery is plausible”. The four most important things to do to help the child are to:
Of all the “Biomedical interventions” practising at Centre for Child & Adolescent Wellbeing (CCAW) New Delhi , GFCF diet, Omega 3 Fatty acids, treating gut dysbiosis, MB12 subcutaneous injections, oral methylcobalamin, mHBOT, citicholine & recently GcMAF , all the interventions have shown most positive and promising results. Various biomedical interventions used at CCAW are: