Feasibility of Parent Training via Telehealth for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Disruptive Behavior: A Demonstration Pilot

Telehealth is a potential solution to limited access to specialized services for children with autism spectrum disorder in rural areas

Karen Bearss; T. Lindsey Burrell; Saankari A. Challa; Valentina Postorino; Scott E. Gillespie; Courtney Crooks; Lawrence Scahill

2017

Scholarcy highlights

  • Telehealth is a potential solution to limited access to specialized services for children with autism spectrum disorder in rural areas
  • The impact of parenting stress: A meta-analysis of studies comparing the experience of parenting stress in parents of children with and without autism spectrum disorder
  • Parent engagement with a telehealth-based parent-mediated intervention program for children with autism spectrum disorders: Predictors of program use and parent outcomes
  • Thirteen families completed treatment, with 91.6% of core sessions attended
  • This publication was made possible by the following grants: the National Institute of Mental Health NIMH R01 MH081148
  • Informed consent was obtained from parents or legal guardians of all participants included in the study

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