Welcome parents and professionals!

If your life is touched by autism, Jonathan Levy can help you make a difference in your child's life. He has traveled around the world working with families, consulted with school systems, and been featured speaking about autism on MSNBC, as well as numerous radio shows throughout the United States.

 

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Join the thousands of parents and professionals worldwide who have used this method to help their child.       Click here to learn more.

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Your DVD includes a private 30-minute consultation with Jonathan Levy

and the book "What You Can Do Right Now to Help Your Child with Autism".

Principles of the program

Jonathan uses principles of the Son-Rise Program in his work with autistic children and their families. These principles include:

  • Making social interaction the number one priority. Some treatments focus on skills that do not address the larger issues that autism presents. Rather than focus on math or writing (though these could still be taught within the context of the Son-Rise Program), there is a focus on being with people in deeper and more frequent interactions.
  • Believing that recovery is possible. While full recovery is rare, it does happen, and the vast majority of the children worked with show clear and dramatic changes in key skills: ability to have meaningful relationships, eye contact, attention span, speech, self-help skills, sleeping, aggressive behaviors, crying, motor skills, and many others.
  • A belief that each child is unique. Each program must be tailored specifically to a child’s strengths, weaknesses, and motivations.

Read more about the principles here.

Parents on Jonathan Levy and his work:

 

“He gives amazing advice to empower parents and caregivers…Fantastic!           -  Nicole R. Seidel (Pennsylvania)

“If you know ANYONE with autism – get this book!”- T. Zaverl (Irvine, California)

“After reading this book I am ordering twenty: for all the people who work with my daughter, all our family and everyone I know who has an autistic child!” - Laura Haynes (Sydney, Australia)

Read more here.