How is Hyperlexia Treated?
- How is Hyperlexia Diagnosed?
- How is Hyperlexia Treated?
- Occupational Therapy for Hyperlexia
- Speech and Language Therapy for Hyperlexia
- Why Us?
The type of treatment given for children with Hyperlexia will vary and is fully dependent on the child's specific needs and abilities. Early intervention is extremely beneficial for children with Hyperlexia and will focus on supporting the child in their development and in later life if required.
The main treatment for Hyperlexia will be delivered by a speech and language therapist who will focus on developing and supporting communication and social interaction skills. Therapy will use the individual’s advance reading and visual abilities as a tool for therapy and language learning. Occupational therapy will also benefit individuals with Hyperlexia who have additional sensory integration difficulties.
At the ASD Clinic we offer a specialised service with a team of highly experienced health professionals who can treat the difficulties experienced by individuals with Hyperlexia. Our team of professionals include:
If you would like any more information on treatment for Hyperlexia or would like to book an appointment with a member of our specialist team please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0330 088 6693.