Early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders: Guidelines for good practice

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Overview

There are a lot of services available for people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Some are supported by evidence, while others are still being researched.

The 'Early intervention for children with autism spectrum disorders: Guidelines for good practice (2012)' gives practitioners and families advice on which interventions work best for children with ASD.

Click here to access these guidelines and related documents.

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  • Contributor(s)
    Australian Government
  • Publish date
    28 Jul 2015
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