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Autism and Developmental Disorders

Publisher: Moscow State University of Psychology and Education

ISSN (printed version): 1994-1617

ISSN (online): 2413-4317

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17759/autdd

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Some of the early help features for children with autism spectrum disorders 2435

Morozov S.A., PhD in Biology, The Chairman , the Society of assistance to autistic children "Dobro" (Kindness), associate Professor departments of correctional pedagogy and special psychology of the Academy of qualification improvement and professional retraining of education workers and Moscow Institute of open education , Moscow, Russia, morozov-ca@mail.ru
Morozova S.S., psychologist, methodologist, Regional Public Charitable Organization Society for the Care of Autistic Children «Dobro», Moscow, Russia, sv-morozova@yandex.ru
Morozova T.I., correctional therapy executive, pedagog-pathologist, the Regional community charitable organization «Society for Help for Autistic Children “Dobro»,, Moscow, Russia, tim.sam70@yandex.ru
Abstract
Early help for children with autism spectrum disorders is the most effective way of intervention for disorders. In the process of identifying children at risk of autistic disorders, correctional work should begin before the official diagnosis has been made. It should start in the process of diagnosis, which leads to the risk of noting false-positive cases. The empirical and theoretical grounds for the necessity for early care in autism spectrum disorders are examined. Features of early care for children at high risk of developing disorders are also de¬scribed. The stages of early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders are identified and compared with the stages of early care for such children. The strategy of early care methodological support for children at risk is defined. Propositions for practical realizations of the Concept of developing early support in Russian Federation in the period until 2020 for the risk group concerning autism spectrum disorders.

Keywords: autism, autism spectrum disorders, early help, early diagnostics, risk group

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17759/autdd.2017150202

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