Interventions for children on the autism spectrum: A systematic umbrella review

Published May 2021
Abstract

Access to effective intervention during childhood supports early development and promotes longer-term quality of life for children on the autism spectrum. There are a large number of interventions available within clinical practice, which vary in their theoretical orientation and practical application. However, no previous review has provided a systematic evaluation and synthesis of the evidence for autism interventions across different intervention types.

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Waddington, H. Trembath, D. Varcin, K. Sulek, R., Bent, C., Ashburner, J., Eapen, V., Goodall, E., Hudry, K., Robert, J., Silove, N. & Whitehouse, A. (2021). Interventions for children on the autism spectrum: A systematic umbrella review [Poster]. International Society for Autism Research 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting, 3 May. International Society for Autism Research.

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