In this short video, parents talk about interventions for teenagers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). A person’s ASD can change over time, and different interventions can become more useful. For example, therapies focused on social skills are often relevant in the teenage years. Also, parents can sometimes do training to help them pass on skills to their teenage children in daily life.
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