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Early Intervention Program Alters Brain Activity in Children with Autism

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Clinical study of Early Start Denver Model intervention shows that it improves not only social skills, but also brain responses to social cues Decades of research have shown that behavioral (High-quality early intervention for #autism- Can do more...

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Making Friends's curator insight, April 7, 2013 7:43 PM

Early Intervention Program Alters Brain Activity in Children with Autism.

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Advantages of Early Intervention Found Into School Years - Speech Buddy - Speech Therapists Now Makes an Impact Later

Advantages of Early Intervention Found Into School Years - Speech Buddy - Speech Therapists Now Makes an Impact Later | Building BLOCS Early Intervention | Scoop.it
Speech therapy and other early intervention services might provide lasting gains. New information reviewing the Early Start Denver Model of early intervention for Autism show just how effective early services can be in a child's success later.
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Early treatment sparks striking brain changes in autism

Early treatment sparks striking brain changes in autism | Building BLOCS Early Intervention | Scoop.it

When given early treatment, children with autism spectrum disorders made significant improvements in behavior, communication, and most strikingly, brain function, researchers report..

(Caution required because the results are from two children, but the same researchers have now expanded the study to 60.)


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Study reveals autism treatment clues

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Young autistic children who can spontaneously imitate adults and use objects in a functional way may be more likely to respond well to a therapy called the Early Start Denver Model, new research shows.

 

The Early Start Denver Model uses play to teach social skills like taking turns to autistic pre-school children but its success varies greatly from child to child.


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Infant's gaze may offer clue to autism--study

Infant's gaze may offer clue to autism--study | Building BLOCS Early Intervention | Scoop.it

A baby’s gaze could carry the earliest signs of autism suggest the findings of a new study.

According to experts, infants who show declining desire for eye contact within the first two and six months of their life were more likely to be diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) later.

This significant discovery could help pediatricians screen children for the developmental disorder and get them into earlier and more effective treatments.


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Nichelle Plivelic's curator insight, March 26, 2014 7:50 AM

A study suggests it may be possible to detect autism in infants because of signs they may show at such an early age, such as avoiding eye contact. Babies who showed these signs seemed to be most likely to have autism.