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Research in focus : Early training for parents helps communication

Series: Your Autism Magazine 51 (1) Spring 2017. 2017Subject(s): AUTISM | PRESCHOOLERS | PARENTS | COMMUNICATION THERAPY | EARLY INTERVENTION | LONG TERM OUTCOMES | CHILD PARENT RELATIONSHIPS | RESEARCH | PARENT MEDIATED SOCIAL COMMUNICATION THERAPY (PACT)Online resources: Click to access the Lancet article online Summary: Describes how a project led by researchers at the University of Manchester shows early intervention training for families results in sustained change to 'severely' autistic traits in children.
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Citation for the article described: The Lancet Volume 388, No. 10059, p2501–2509, 19 November 2016 Parent-mediated social communication therapy for young children with autism (PACT): long-term follow-up of a randomised controlled trial / Andrew Pickles, et al

Describes how a project led by researchers at the University of Manchester shows early intervention training for families results in sustained change to 'severely' autistic traits in children.

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