Casey Diskin is dedicated to helping children with disabilities overcome obstacles while improving their individual conditions through a variety of state-of-the-art therapies. She was recently named Director of an autism recovery program based out of Michigan that relies on a unique, multi-faceted approach to care. Her work and her program have gained a lot of attention in the medical field for their impactful results and use of hyperbaric and other novel therapies.
For years, Casey Diskin has pursued a professional career focused on children with disabilities––and especially those with autism––to help them grow on a personal level and find success in individualized learning. Her unique approach to care has allowed her to take on a director’s position where she oversees an autism recovery program utilizing a variety of breakthrough therapies.
“Our unique approach to autism has been a huge success with families across the state,” says
Casey Diskin. “We hear stories all the time of happier parents, children who have developed
new friendships, siblings playing together more, children performing better in school, and more
successfully integrating into their communities.”
Casey Diskin is able to achieve outstanding results in the children she works with by focusing on functional life skills through naturalistic teaching. She attributes this useful approach to the training she received while studying at Macquarie University.
“When she joined our team two years ago, we could tell like us, she had a different vision for children; one that saw them overcoming their challenges and becoming more involved in their communities,” said a representative from the facility hosting her recovery program. “We knew she was the perfect fit for the team. Joined with her colleagues, the team worked together child by child to develop a program that would impact them most.”
Her peers refer to Casey Diskin as a natural leader and a visionary whose dedication to her clients have a real change in their and their families’ lives. In a short amount of time, she’s helped develop unique processes at her facility that ensure each child receives individualized and tailored services that achieve the best possible outcomes.
“When I started, I wasn’t even sure I knew what Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy was. Now I see it
and how it works to help children with autism,” says Casey Diskin. “Our team is pretty amazing. While recovery looks different for every client, it does mean that everyone is improving in their individual skills, health, and quality of life. This is what our synergy program does for its clients and their families. I want us to do even more for a bigger population. We see so many older kids and young adults come to us. They need our services too,” she concluded.