Autism in context 2: Assessment, intervention and services in Australia
AbstractContinuing from part 1, part 2 of the autism spectrum disorders review explores clinical practice and service delivery aspects of autism spectrum disorders including current assessment approaches in Australia, family-centred models of care, and key service structure and delivery issues. Treatments including behavioural interventions, established and emergent medication, and complementary and alternative therapies are discussed. The key role of paediatricians as both individual child and family care providers and advocates, as well as agents of service reform in Australia, is evident. Much still needs to be done.
CitationWilliams, K., Woolfenden, S., Roberts, J., Rodger, S., Bartak, L., & Prior, M. (2014). Autism in context 2: Assessment, intervention and services in Australia. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 50(5), 341–346. doi: 10.1111/jpc.12456
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