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Intensive behavioural interventions for young children with autism: A systematic review and cost-effectiveness analysis
Project title: Intensive behavioural interventions for young children with autism: A systematic review and cost-effectiveness analysis
Research type: Evidence Synthesis
Contractor: University of York
Co-investigators: Dr Claire Rothery, Dr David Marshall, Dr Dheeraj Rai, Dr Mark Simmonds, Dr Mousumi Biswas, Mr Mark Rodgers, Professor Ann Le Couteur, Professor Lesley Stewart, Professor Stephen Palmer.
Started: July 2017 | Status: Published July 2020
PROSPERO registration: CRD42017068303
This review found limited evidence that early intensive applied behaviour analysis-based interventions improve cognitive ability and adaptive behaviour in autistic children, but the long-term impact of the interventions remains unknown.
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