Early intervention critical to autism treatment.

  title={Early intervention critical to autism treatment.},
  author={Eric M. Butter and Jacqueline Wynn and James A. Mulick},
  journal={Pediatric annals},
  volume={32 10},
It is still not universally accepted within the scientific community that the habilitation of autistic children is possible, or that their ability to function without supports in regular education by third, fourth, or fifth grade happens as a direct result of EIBI. However, using the outcome studies that have been reported, the rate of children reaching a best-outcome status appears to be between about 10% and 47%. There is a more global way to look at the effects of EIBI or behavioral… CONTINUE READING

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