Title
Intervención temprana administrada por los padres para niños pequeños con trastornos del espectro autista
Subtitle
Parent-Mediated Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Author
Oono, Inalegwu P.; Honey, Emma J.; McConachie, Helen
Summary
This online article, written in Spanish, summarizes a research review conducted to determine whether parent-mediated early intervention is an effective intervention approach for children on the autism spectrum. In these interventions, parents are trained to use strategies to improve interactions with their children.

The review found evidence suggesting that parent-mediated intervention was associated with better quality of parent-child interaction, better child language comprehension, and less autism severity. The authors consider this sufficient to show that parent-mediated intervention works. However, the authors note that there were no changes in parent stress or children's adaptive skills.

This resource is available in English, Croatian, French, and Spanish.

Cochrane is a “global independent network of researchers, professionals, patients, carers, and people interested in health.” [Website] The network reviews evidence about health treatments.
Language
Spanish
Subjects
Recreation & Sports
Publisher
Cochrane
DateModified
9/22/2022 3:23 PM EDT