Autism, cognition, and parent counseling--Part 2.

Abstract

As the incidence of autism has risen, many neurodevelopmental pediatricians have been omitting a consideration of cognitive level in their evaluation of children, and in communicating with parents. This is a disservice to families, who should be given pertinent information, both in verbal and written forms, about their child and the prognosis. A template is… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/DBP.0b013e3182396880

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