Early intervention can sound a bit scary. Some professionals are even hesitant to diagnose autism too young, for fear of “labeling.” But the truth is, studies show that early intervention can benefit children with autism in some amazing ways. Let’s break down why.
General Development Evaluation
For Children with autism, behavioral signs can emerge as early as 6 to 12 months. Most professionals will wait until 18 months to officially diagnose, as symptoms can continue to emerge or dissipate in that time. However, between 18 months and 24 months, symptoms can re-emerge, like children showing signs of regression.
That back and forth can be a lot to worry and wonder about. However, If a parent is concerned about the general development of ...
Posted: Monday, June 18, 2018