New data released this week in Autism Journal suggests that parent-led interventions based on research-setting interventions are still effective if they are given at home.
The study suggests that, “…parents learned the strategies that were designed to help them support their toddlers’ development. Also, toddlers made gains in their language, communication, and social skills. Importantly, parents’ use of the strategies was related to toddlers’ skill gains, suggesting that the use of the strategies made a difference for the toddlers.”
BlinkLab is working hard to bring an effective remote diagnostic tool to facilitate earlier and more widespread access to these interventions at the first signs of developmental concern.