How Parents Can Help Their Children With Autism

Time (10/25, Sifferlin) reports investigators arrived at this conclusion after examining “the results of a study called the Preschool Autism Communication Trial” in which “152 kids from ages two to four were randomly assigned to a year of a parent-led intervention, in which their parents interacted with them and received feedback from a therapist gam), research published online Oct. 25 in The Lancet suggests that “children with autism may be able to work with” their parents “from a young age to help reduce the severity of their symptoms and improve their ability to communicate.”

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— “How Parents Can Help Their Children With Autism,” Alexandra Sifferlin , Time, October 25, 2016.

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