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110 Haverhill Road, Suite 501
Amesbury, MA 01913
phone: 978-337-7753
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If you are seeking help for a loved one struggling on the Autism Spectrum, the Davis Autism Approach® is now available in New England!

The methods that are used with our Autism-Spectrum clients are unlike any other program available today - because we address the three vital areas that are necessary to enable clients to participate fully in life.

Drawing on the tried and true methods developed by Ronald D. Davis in his highly recognized work with Dyslexia, the Davis Autism Approach uses both mental and multisensory techniques to bring to clients with Autism (at almost all degrees of severity) the ability to experience:

  • Individuation (awareness of self in the physical world)
  • Life concepts (understanding how the physical world works)
  • Relationship concepts (understanding how to interact with others)

This three-stage approach is highly effective and is a non-invasive, medication-free program that can be facilitated in several different ways - allowing for flexibility based on the needs, schedule, and lifestyle of each individual family.

Read more about the program and success stories with actual clients in the newly released book, Autism and the Seeds of Change, written by Abigail Marshall (author of The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with Dyslexia and When Your Child has...Dyslexia) with Ronald D. Davis - now available at on-line bookstores everywhere!



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New England Autism Alternatives is excited to have had one of our success stories highlighted in the book! Check it out today!


With or without a formal diagnosis of an Autism-related disorder, New England Autism Alternatives will determine if the Davis Autism Approach® is a good fit for you or your child.

If you are unsure whether you or your child have the characteristics of Autism, please see the check-list below:

Could it be Autism?

Download this free checklist of Common Characteristics!

CLICK HERE FOR CHARACTERISTICS CHECKLIST


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Free informational seminars and workshops!

  • Informational Seminars
  • Parent Support Group Meetings

PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED!

The Davis Autism Approach was created by Ronald D. Davis. Born in 1942 severely autistic and dyslexic, Ron had virtually no communication skills until the age of 9, and did not speak in full sentences until the age of 17. Diagnosed as uneducatable and mentally retarded, few saw the genius that was within him.

Ron's painful experiences in the world of social interaction and symbols guided him to seek out the answers of life - and in doing so, he was finally able to participate fully in it!

Life can be very complicated

His miraculous success story led to the creation of a program that will go down in history as the point of change in the epidemic of autism. For a must watch video of his life, click below:

Video presentation of Ron Davis' journey with Autism and Dyslexia


New England Autism Alternatives specializes in working with clients and families who are struggling with Autism and Autism-spectrum disorders. Although the effects of these diagnoses can be devastating to clients and their families, there is now real help that can make significant strides in allowing clients with most degrees of Autism to participate more fully in life.


Don't wait another minute to find help!

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For more information or to set up an initial consultation, contact:

Karen R. LoGiudice
Licensed Davis Autism Approach® Facilitator/Coach
New England Autism Alternatives
110 Haverhill Road, Suite 501
Amesbury, MA 01913
ph: 978-337-7753
email: info@ne-autism.com


Davis Autism Approach® is a trademark of Ronald D. Davis. Commercial use of this trademark to identify educational, instructional, or therapeutic services requires licensing by the trademark owner.


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