- Development, assessment and intervention are dynamic processes in which a child’s caregivers play an essential role.
- An understanding of the sensory processing that underlies children’s atypical behaviours also provides openings to treatment.
- Emotions enable us to give purpose to our behaviour and meaning to our words.
- Intervention programs are process driven and geared towards functional outcomes.
- An emphasis on strengthening early fundamental developmental levels is critical in developing a foundation for relatedness, communication and thinking/learning.