Category Archives: Models of Intervention for Infants

Parent-Infant Clinic: Early Autism Intervention

Many autism interventions do not begin until a child is at least 18 months old or older. The Infant Family Program of the Parent-Infant Clinic is an intensive and successful program of intervention designed for infants who are exhibiting pre-autistic behaviors. Continue reading

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The Mifne Model of Early Intervention

Early intervention is crucial to a positive outcome for children diagnosed with autism. Although most models of intervention begin treatment around age 3, the Mifne Model of early intervention focuses, with great success, on infants. Continue reading

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Extra Eye Contact and Parental Attention as Autism Intervention

Research has indicated that early intervention can have a profound, positive impact on the lives of those affected by autism. A new study at University of Washington hopes to study whether mothers’ communication cues can eliminate or reduce autism symptoms. Continue reading

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University of Washington Autism Center, New Study with Mothers and Babies

Research has indicated that early intervention can have a profound, positive impact on the lives of those affected by autism. A new study at University of Washington hopes to study whether mothers’ communication cues can eliminate or reduce autism symptoms. Continue reading

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