Sunday, March 14, 2010

Behavioral Science Research Identifies Autism Much Earlier

If you are pregnant with your first child, it is likely that you will not have a guide or familiar tracking of what new babies do. What are the common "interactions" from a six month old? If you knew that there was something different or something odd at this very early age, you would have gained important time for intervention. Read more about this UC Davis UCLA research.

Infants at Risk for Autism: A Longitudinal Study

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