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Early Caregiver-based Intervention Improves Autism Symptoms in Children before School Age

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Infants who appeared to be moving towards autism spectrum disorder (ASD) had milder symptoms as toddlers if their caregivers underwent a social communication intervention when the infants were 1 year of age, suggested a randomized clinical trial.The study was conducted at two sites in Perth and Melbourne in Australia wherein 50 infants were randomized to the iBASIS-Video Interaction to Promote Positive Parenting (iBASIS-VIPP) intervention and usual community care, while 54 infants were subjected...
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