Relationship development integration (RDI) is a type of family-based behavioral therapy focused on building personal relationships. RDI fosters dynamic intelligence, described as the ability to think flexibly. RDI addresses the core symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by helping children learn how to cope with change, appreciate others’ perspectives, and integrate multiple stimuli. According to RDI, as children learn to form personal relationships, they are stimulated to learn and communicate.
What does it involve?
Relationship development integration was designed to be used at home by the families of children with ASD. However, it is being incorporated ... read more