We believe that using RDI® as the foundation for the treatment of autistic language delays and disorders in your practice encourages growth and forward motion and in the child. In the RDIconnect podcast episode, “RDI and Non-Verbal Children,” a discussion between Kat Lee and Dr. Rachelle Sheely illustrates how our model approaches communication first, and how other treatments miss that important factor.
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Setting up the Most Effective Program for Our Children
It took me years to learn that it’s easy to make a child ‘do something’. The difficulty lies in awakening the spirit in them to want to do things on their own.
RDI® Consultants Bring Hope
It’s easy to give up after an autism diagnosis. Here is one parent’s story of how RDI® gave them back hope.
The Concept of Spotlighting
The aim is to encode a memory of being a competent decision maker…
Our Focus on Training Professionals
RDI is exploding around the world and we know we must keep up and adapt our training for different cultures and languages.
Scientist’s Conclusions Affirm RDI®’s Approach
This scientist’s suggestions about how to treat ASD children that are consistent with what we do in RDI.
Elevator Speeches: Explaining RDI® in Simple Language
Do you ever feel you have trouble explaining RDI concisely and simply? Here are a few elevator speeches from RDI consultants that they use when they need to describe our programs in a hurry.
RDI® Consultant Training FAQ’s
Along with our amazing and supportive professional community, we are here to help you every step of the way and beyond.