Services

Data-driven and developmentally designed home programs, individually tailored to each child's needs

The Home Program

autismQED provides an original and eclectic approach to developmentally-designed, home-based programs, combining play therapy, language development, initiation, social and emotional development, and elements of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) into a holistic methodology.

 

A successful Home Program is the keystone of an autistic child's development. We meticulously guide parents and teachers in its implementation, and support their understanding of developmental and behavioral interventions through direct coaching, seminars, and workshops. 

Dietary Intervention

​Specialty diets critically underscore any treatment plan for autism and related disorders, and include (but are not limited to) gluten-free/casein-free (GFCF) and specific carbohydrate diets. We determine your child’s specific dietary requirements and help families establish and implement dietary interventions to achieve optimal healing.

Nutritional Intervention

We carefully chart a clinically-supported, nutritional supplement regimen for your child that evolves consistently with your child's progress and healing. Supplements are selected after rigorous assessment and lab work and may be combined with other nutritional therapies that suit your child's needs.     

Parent and Family 
Counseling 

A successful care program requires the harmonized participation of everyone involved in a child’s care, including parents, teachers, and physicians. We’re guided by the belief that parents are their children’s greatest advocates, and incorporate critical parent feedback into the development and ongoing implementation of a child’s program. Our services facilitate biomedical interventions and the home program in away that enables the whole family to adapt and align.

This website is for informational purposes only.  It does not aim to substitute for the advice and guidance of a physician or other qualified health care professional.  Sara Iqbal is not a physician; she does not diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.  This website is not intended to provide medical advice in any form.  The statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  For medical advice, always seek a physician.