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Autism Speaks launches research partnerships with Albania and Ireland
Date:4/1/2009

ther is designed to identify neurobiological markers and brain growth patterns in infancy. The Autism Speaks funding expanded both projects to gather additional genetic, environmental and behavioral data and to pool the information pooled across seven sites and 1500 families.
  • Autism Speaks facilitated the Toddler Treatment Network to identify goals, objectives and activities to improve measurements, define best practices for parent-implemented interventions, facilitate new researchers into the field, and to disseminate information to parents. Many of these objectives have been met including training on newer measures to identify infants (ADOS-t) and identification of common measures.
  • Researchers in Canada validated the use of a standardized measure, called the AOSI, to identify children as young as 18 month of age.


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