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Articles tagged: Early Detection Intervention

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Psychiatry Fellows Get First-hand Look at Autism Diagnostic Process

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A new pilot program through the Autism Institute's Clinical Core offers fellows in Drexel's College of Medicine first-hand experience on how an autism diagnosis is made. 

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Taking Autism Interventions Home

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The Autism Institute plugs parents of children on the autism spectrum into studies that show them how to use autism interventions at home.

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Early Detection Making a Difference

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After her daughter's early autism diagnosis through a study at the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute, Amanda Crouse says autism awareness has become her life.

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2017 IACC Report Includes Autism Institute Researchers

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Work by Dr. Diana Robins and Dr. Craig Newschaffer was included in the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee's 2017 report on the top 20 breakthroughs in autism research.

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Racing to Provide Early Intervention

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The Early Detection and Intervention research program seeks to link early screening to early diagnosis, which will lead to earlier and more effective interventions.

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Eye-Tracking and Educational Interventions

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Eye tracking is the closest we can get to seeing the world from the point of view of children with autism and understanding how they feel in response to what they see

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