Assessing progress during treatment for young children with autism receiving intensive behavioural interventions.

@article{Hayward2009AssessingPD,
  title={Assessing progress during treatment for young children with autism receiving intensive behavioural interventions.},
  author={Diane W Hayward and Svein Eikeseth and Catherine V. Gale and Sally W Morgan},
  journal={Autism : the international journal of research and practice},
  year={2009},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={613-33}
}
This study examined progress after 1 year of treatment for children with autism who received a mean of 36 hours per week one-to-one University of California at Los Angeles Applied Behavior Analysis (UCLA ABA) treatment. Two types of service provision were compared: an intensive clinic based treatment model with all treatment personnel (N = 23), and an intensive parent managed treatment model with intensive supervision only (N = 21). A non-concurrent multiple baseline design across participants… CONTINUE READING

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