The most significant obstacle to effective treatment of autism is late detection. Early diagnosis is the key to success in helping a child with autism, but it is likely to be delayed by as much as two years in children from disadvantaged or minority families. However, universal autism screening at 18 and 24 months can significantly close this gap in access. Read the full article.
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