Pay as you go – Autism Intervention

In order to ensure that families get the support they need – Amazing K has launched a pay-as-you-go Autism Early Intervention Program.

What does the pay-as-you-go ASD intervention entail?  

It means parents from both the private and public sector can now gain access to professional Autism Services, Autism Advice, Autism Training & support as well as Therapy. This all for a fraction of the price it would cost them to go to an Autism Therapy Centre or Autism Specialist on a full time basis.

Our pay-as-you-go Autism Program is aimed at young children (ages 4 – 6 years) with a diagnosed autism spectrum disorder. 

It is a program where skills are taught that will help the child reach their full potential. The early years is when the brain plasticity is more pronounced and consequently the impact of early intervention is so much more affective.

There is no cure for ASD and there’s no consensus on what causes it. The one things that is however agreed on is the importance of “early intervention”. Getting help when the child is young can make a dramatic difference in the child life and future. 

Proper treatment can also help reduce a child’s symptoms and it can improve the child’s overall development. 

Early Intervention also benefits the families in a variety of ways. Our team of Autism Specialists can help families understand their children and furthermore furnish the families with tools to continue intervention at home. 

Read more about our Pay As You Go Autism Intervention service or complete the form below to enquire.





    Ilse Kilian-Ross
    ilse@amazingk.co.za

    Ilse Kilian-Ross is the owner of Amazing K, a registered ECD and Partial Care Facility in Johannesburg. Amazing K is a private adhd school, autism school and therapy centre for children from age 2 years where learners receive the best of both the schooling and therapy world. The autism school offers Individualized Education Programs, ABA, Speech- and Augmentive Alternative Communication (AAC) therapy as well as a full and adapted Academic Curriculum.