Treating Autism is not about changing who the person is, treatment is also not about curing Autism. It is about giving those with these disorders power and skills to manage the challenges that Autism present to them. Being different does not make you any less normal but what does, is the stigma of what is considered normal by society’s standards that pose one of the biggest challenges to adapting to life with Autism. Most importantly, Autism treatment is not an ONE SIZE FITS ALL scenario. Each and every person with an ASD’s has needs and their treatment plan must be no different. Treatment can take educational approaches, teaching the person skills and giving them self-help tools to improve their quality of life and give them a fair opportunity at independence.