Standards and Guidelines for the Assessment and Diagnosis of Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder in British Columbia
An Evidence-Based Report Prepared for The British Columbia Ministry of Health Planning
This evidence-based report provides the standards and guidelines that are required in British Columbia to make a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in children under the age of six. It contains information on important definitions and terminology, the clinical pathway for diagnosis, surveillance and screening, primary care assessment and referral, diagnostic multidisciplinary assessment, and recommendations for education and training.
This online article is in English
British Columbia Ministry of Health Planning
British Columbia, Canada
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