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Naturalistic Intervention

Early Intervention School

About Naturalistic Intervention

Naturalistic interventions are approaches that guide and support the development of students with autism and other developmental disorders based on the principles of natural learning environments. The emphasis is on learning in the context of everyday activities, routines and play rather than structured or artificial teaching methods.

An individualized Approach

Naturalistic interventions are often student-centered, allowing them to direct interactions and select activities of interest. This approach focuses on communication and social interaction skills and aims to help students apply the skills they learn in therapy to real-world situations.

Overall, naturalistic interventions are designed to be flexible and individualized, taking into account each student’s unique strengths, challenges and interests. Its purpose is to promote students development and participation in daily activities and routines, and to support overall well-being and quality of life.