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Simple strategies lead to improvements in 1 year-olds at risk for autism

A new study by at Chapel Hill researchers finds that a collection of simple used by parents can lead to in one-year-olds at risk for (ASD).

Playing Face-to-face
Playing face-to-face, and imitating the child’s actions and vocalizations are key strategies that support social interaction in for spectrum disorder.

Credit:UNC Program for Early Autism, Research, Leadership and Service (PEARLS).

Source

Preliminary Efficacy of Adapted Responsive Teaching for Infants at Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder in a Community Sample, DOI: 10.1155/2015/386951

Co-authors of the study are Linda Watson, Lauren Turner-Brown, Samuel Field, Elizabeth Crais, Linn Wakeford, Lauren Little and J. Steven Reznick. All are researchers with PEARLS.

Autism Speaks and The Ireland Family Foundation provided funding for the study.

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