According to Psychology Today, the best way to treat social communication disorder is to focus on prevention and early intervention measures.
Parents need to be aware of the primary age at which their child should be reaching in each developmental stage. Ideally, children acquire speech and language skills in their first three months, when the brain is developing and maturing up fast.
A baby should produce sounds that resemble speech by the time they are 4 to 6 months. If a parent has a concern about the child's speech, they should seek a speech-language pathologist's advice. Treatment options typically involve several interactive, communication-based activities for the child and parent.
These options can include a behavioral intervention to modify existing behavior, peer mediation, online speech therapy, social skills strengthening activities, score skills strategy, social scripts.