Our Little World Treatment Center
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Posted by dr.salvigodorov@yahoo.com on March 26, 2020 at 10:00 PM

March 26, 2020

Today, the CDC released its biennial update of autism prevalence among the nation’s children, based on an analysis of medical and/or school records of 8-year-olds from 11 monitoring sites across the United States.


The CDC estimate on autism prevalence increased by nearly 10 percent, to 1 in 54 children in the U.S.


Las Vegas Review Journal

Posted by dr.salvigodorov@yahoo.com on February 29, 2020 at 5:15 PM

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Our Little World Treatment Center was started in 2014. Salvi Godorov, the Owner & Director, was unable to find quality services for her then recently diagnosed Autistic son.


Our Little World was created out of tremendous need for Autism services in the community. We offer a multitude of services to help children and adults on the Autism Spectrum – ABA Treatment, Behavioral Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Psychological Testing & Services, and Early Intervention Services.


Our facility is located at 1744 W. Horizon Ridge Pkwy, in Henderson. Please call (702) 742-3093 for more information.


Las Vegas Review-Journal



ASD Stats

Posted by dr.salvigodorov@yahoo.com on June 13, 2019 at 7:00 PM

1 in 59 children are now diagnosed with autism.

An estimated 33% cannot speak.

As many as 1 in 3 have seizures.

65% of parents report their child had been bullied or victimized by peers.

25% of 8-year old’s cause injury to themselves.

Nearly 50% wander or run o from school, home and safety.

Kids with autism are 8x more likely to have gastrointestinal disorders.

Accidental drowning accounts for 91% of deaths in children with Autism.

- FEAT, Families for Effective Autism Treatment is a Las Vegas


Posted by dr.salvigodorov@yahoo.com on April 26, 2016 at 11:55 PM

"What do I do next?" This is a question that has undoubtedly been asked by every parent of a child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). In many cases, it comes after the "What is autism?" and "How did it happen?" Unfortunately, just as with the first two questions, the answer isn't very satisfying. Although many treatments and therapies are proposed to help, few have been studied enough to know whether they really do (or don't) work, and for which children. This reality is frustrating and confusing for families and professionals caring for children with ASD.

In this section, we explore current autism treatments, the evidence that supports their use, and what we are learning from the experience of individuals and families who have tried them.

When a child is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, families face the next challenge: choosing treatments and therapies for their child. What are these treatments and therapies? How much do we know about them? How can a family best evaluate whether a treatment is working for their child?

Treatment for ASD: What Do We Really Know?

Educational and Behavioral Therapies

Behavioral Therapies: Key Interventions in ASD

Evaluating Treatments: How Do You Know When a Treatment Really Works?

Finding a Mental Health Provider with Autism Experience


Early Start Denver Model Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Floortime and Pivotal Response Training

Social Skills Interventions

Sensory Based Therapies



Vitamins and Supplements

Special Diets

Treatment of Feeding Disorders in ASD


Why Research Matters (and Why Does it Take So Long?)

This Just In: Autism is Caused by [Fill in the Blank]

Lather, Rinse, Repeat: The Importance of Long-Term Studies in Autism

How IAN Research Can Make a Difference

One thing is clear: we do not know enough about how to help children and adults with autism spectrum disorder. It is our hope that the IAN Research project will change this.

We hope that you will use this site to make yourself an informed consumer of research, to advocate for autism research, and, if you qualify, to participate in IAN Research and other autism research studies.


By collecting data on treatment experiences, IAN hopes to contribute to the effort to identify effective treatments, as well as to guide decision-makers prioritizing which not-yet-proven treatments to study. As participants in IAN Research share their stories, what are we learning about autism treatments currently in use in the United States?

IAN Research Findings: Treatment Series

IAN Research Reports address everything from speech and occupational therapies, to medications, social skills groups, special diets and animal-assisted therapies.

Parents taking part in the IAN Research Project haved reported what treatments their child was receiving, as well as how difficult they were to obtain, how much they cost, and how effective they were finding them to be.

Tags: Autism therapies and treatments