We know that families and individuals are the best experts on what’s right for them. That’s why all Fraser therapy services are family-driven. We start by listening to each individual and family to see how they define success. Then together, we create a treatment plan to help you reach your goals.
Fraser doesn’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach.
Our approach reflects Fraser’s commitment to neurodiversity. The neurodiversity movement views neurological conditions like autism, Asperger’s syndrome, ADHD, epilepsy, dyslexia and obsessive-compulsive disorder — as variations, instead of conditions that must be fixed. The neurodiversity movement also focuses on understanding and inclusion, two principles at the core of Fraser. The ultimate goal for all neurodiverse people — no matter where they fall on the spectrum — is equal treatment, equal rights, respect and inclusion.
That means if you prefer to be identified as an autistic individual rather than an individual with autism, we will use your language as our guide. We also know that not every treatment option is the right one for your and your child.