“Psychologists need to advise parents that the “wait-and-see” approach is not appropriate when autism is suspected”, says Laura Schreibman, PhD, a professor at the University of California, San Diego, who directs the university’s Autism Intervention Research Program. Getting in to see an autism specialist as soon as possible is critical when it comes to autism treatments.

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