Research meeting highlights access and intersectional challenges in U.S. and international communities … specifically designed reduce some that resource burden early data presented wagner from the clinical trial the tap tool supported its effectiveness diagnostic tool for children who were referred for autism evaluation but further research was needed see the tool would effective other sites with more mixed groups children after testing the tool with 200 providers from across specialties from pediatricians school psychologists … restrictions are lifted related session researchers childrens mercy kansas city presented findings about using telehealth support caregivers during the pandemic located area with range patients from rural suburban and urban neighborhoods there …
Study: Eye Contact Declines Early in Babies Who Later Develop Autism… with autism the researchers tested each infant 10 times between 2 and 24 months initial levels eye contact for both groups were similar but infants who did not develop autism increased their eye contact over time while eye contact steadily declined among the 13 infants later diagnosed with autism twelve the 13 were from the highrisk baby siblings group addition those infants whose levels eye contact diminished most rapidly were the most disabled symptoms autism age 3 … naked eye fact earlier eyegaze studies done without eyetracking technology failed capture the pattern the new results also support the strong role that genetic and prenatal factors play the development asd wang adds some people have been skeptical …
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