Longitudinal change in the use of services in autism spectrum disorder: understanding the role of child characteristics, family demographics, and parent cognitions.

@article{Siller2014LongitudinalCI,
  title={Longitudinal change in the use of services in autism spectrum disorder: understanding the role of child characteristics, family demographics, and parent cognitions.},
  author={Michael Siller and Nuri M Reyes and Emily Hotez and Ted Hutman and Marian Sigman},
  journal={Autism : the international journal of research and practice},
  year={2014},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={433-46}
}
The aim of this study was to identify child characteristics, family demographics, and parent cognitions that may affect access to early intervention, special education, and related services. The sample included 70 families of young children with autism spectrum disorders. All parents were enrolled in a short education program, providing them with basic information and resources on advocating for a young child with autism spectrum disorders (Parent Advocacy Coaching). Longitudinal change in… CONTINUE READING
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