Comparative Effectiveness of Therapies for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders
Background: Autism Spectrum Disorders — Associated Conditions
Children with ASDs often experience coexisting conditions, such as seizure disorders, hyperactivity, and anxiety. The expression and severity of each child’s ASD symptoms differ. Treatments include a range of behavioral, psychosocial, educational, medical, and complementary approaches that vary by a child’s age and developmental status.
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