The Son-Rise Program® intervention for autism

  title={The Son-Rise Program{\textregistered} intervention for autism},
  author={K R Williams},
  pages={102 - 86}
With increasing availability of interventions for children with autism, it is important that these are backed by rigorous evaluation data that have high levels of ecological validity. To achieve this, a key prerequisite for any evaluation is to gather data on typical consumers and typical implementation patterns of the intervention. This study collected such data longitudinally in relation to the Son-Rise Program®, a home-based parent-run intervention for autism. Questionnaires and interview… Expand
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