Early Intervention for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder Under 3 Years of Age: Recommendations for Practice and Research

FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE: Dr Zwaigenbaum was the site Principal Investigator of a study sponsored by SynapDx

L. Zwaigenbaum; M. L. Bauman; R. Choueiri; C. Kasari; A. Carter; D. Granpeesheh; Z. Mailloux; S. Smith Roley; S. Wagner; D. Fein; K. Pierce; T. Buie; P. A. Davis; C. Newschaffer; D. Robins; A. Wetherby; W. L. Stone; N. Yirmiya; A. Estes; R. L. Hansen; J. C. McPartland; M. R. Natowicz

2015

Scholarcy highlights

  • FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE: Dr Zwaigenbaum was the site Principal Investigator of a study sponsored by SynapDx
  • Several groups have adapted treatments initially designed for older, preschool-aged children with autism spectrum disorder, integrating best practice in behavioral teaching methods into a developmental framework based on current scientific understanding of how infants and toddlers learn
  • Some trials were limited to 8- to 12-week outcome data, enhanced outcomes associated with some interventions were evaluated over periods as long as 2 years
  • Recommendations are proposed for clinical practice and future research

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