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National Standards Project, Phase 2

Findings and Conclusions

By National Autism Center


This online report addresses the need for evidence-based practice guidelines for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It reviews research on interventions addressing the core characteristics of autism and classifies interventions according to their level of empirical support. The Phase 1 report, reviewing research published before 2007, is also available from the website.

"The National Autism Center’s mission is to provide leadership and comprehensive evidence-based resources to families, practitioners, and policy makers, to programs and organizations, and to the national community by adhering to the following commitments: provide unparalleled resources to individuals and families affected by autism, support best practice models for nationwide implementation, and shape the national dialogue through the transfer of expertise and knowledge." [Website]

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This online article is in English


National Autism Center
Massachusetts, United States

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