Also the selected program targeted Autism PDD NOS atypical development but what

Also the selected program targeted autism pdd nos

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numerous amounts of research which would lead to the data of this developmental issue. Also, the selected program targeted Autism (PDD-NOS) (atypical development), but what determines if it is effective at meeting this goal is inconclusive. It would be recommended that program implement many in person sessions instead of distance consultations. The program offer a 4- session, distance consultation Series (phone or internet). The program should require a comprehensive approach which would be an initial four-day, in-person training. This could ensure that the child’s daily activity and social interactions are monitored closely.
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