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There are various treatment options to treat ASD, though there is no single cure for it. Psychiatrists, psychologists, pediatricians, parents, and educational instructors play a key role in the recovery process of a child and their ability to acquire important skills they need to lead an independent life.

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Years in Mental Healthcare

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Rehabilitation Centers across 2 Cities

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Mental Health Professionals working on Patient Recovery

1000+

Individuals returning to society each year

Can Autism Spectrum Disorder be treated?

Autism Spectrum Disorder has no cure, but it can be treated effectively. Different options to treat ASD include medication, family therapy, group therapy, educational therapies, and more. A psychiatrist, psychologist, school counselor, in combination with a multidisciplinary team can ensure effective recovery from the disorder.

Why Cadabam's?

Cadabams has been pioneering mental healthcare since 1992. We offer out-patient services, in-patient services, and rehabilitation services for a diverse range of mental health issues. Cadabams is today the largest mental healthcare provider in the country with over 6 advanced rehabilitation centres across 2 states.

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Dr. Keerthi Sagar

MBBS, M.D. (Psychiatry)

Dr. R. Priya Raghavan

MBBS, MRC-Psychiatry

Dr. Arun Kumar

MBBS, M.D. (Psychiatry)

Suhita Saha

M.Phil (RCI) in Clinical Psychology

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects around 1% of the global population. Despite the fact that it manifests in a variety of forms and degrees of severity, the illness causes considerable suffering to both children and their parents. Delay in language abilities, communication skills, cognition challenges, delayed speech skills, and mood and emotion disorders are all possible indicators of the disease. These symptoms can have a significant impact on a person's emotional, social, academic, and professional lives.


Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects around 1% of the global population. Despite the fact that it manifests in a variety of forms and degrees of severity, the illness causes considerable suffering to both children and their parents. Delay in language abilities, communication skills, cognition challenges, delayed speech skills, and mood and emotion disorders are all possible indicators of the disease. These symptoms can have a significant impact on a person's emotional, social, academic, and professional lives.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects around 1% of the global population. Despite the fact that it manifests in a variety of forms and degrees of severity, the illness causes considerable suffering to both children and their parents. Delay in language abilities, communication skills, cognition challenges, delayed speech skills, and mood and emotion disorders are all possible indicators of the disease. These symptoms can have a significant impact on a person's emotional, social, academic, and professional lives.

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects around 1% of the global population. Despite the fact that it manifests in a variety of forms and degrees of severity, the illness causes considerable suffering to both children and their parents. Delay in language abilities, communication skills, cognition challenges, delayed speech skills, and mood and emotion disorders are all possible indicators of the disease. These symptoms can have a significant impact on a person's emotional, social, academic, and professional lives.

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