A Vanderbilt study on adolescence aims to shed light on this thorny period in life.
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For the one in 68 children with autism, therapy is essential. SPONSORED CONTENT.
Support the nonprofit Autism Speaks during its annual fundraiser, Walk Now for Autism Speaks on Saturday, Sept. 6 at Centennial Park.
Since children with autism are unlikely to properly self-report their experiences, new research suggests that interviewing their parents may add important information to help families understand and better respond to the needs of their children, thereby easing challenges in daily routines. The interview method – called the Critical Incident Technique – asks parents to determine… Read more »