Autism delays “begin” at six months

A new study from the Kennedy Krieger Institute of Johns Hopkins University, reported in PsychCentral,  has established that children with autism develop normally until six months, at which point the first indicators of autism can begin to be detected.  Early and ongoing assessment are recommended to identify the problems as soon as possible to allow for timely intervention.


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