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Which early diagnosis for which early treatment?
Journal Title: PNEI REVIEW 
Author/s: Maurizio Brighenti, F. Bianco, A. Cinì, F. Malaffo, S. Stevan, E. Pavan, C. Costa 
Year:  2017 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  11 Pg. 47-57 FullText PDF:  1065 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PNEI2017-001006
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Early diagnosis in Autism leads to the development of interventions that reflect the clinical and etiological idea we have of this disorder. Today the disease is reported for its behavioral changes, while other disorders present in almost all cases of autism concerning comorbidities, risk factors and prodromal symptoms are neglected. The early detection and timely treatment of comorbidities allows a modification of some autistic symptoms and changes development. The second part of the presentation rather regards which scientific rationale establishes the rehabilitative or educational approach model. They are then analyzed some strategies found in the Multi-Systemic Interaction Therapy (TMI). This perspective works on the processes of interaction and its aims development of the use of brain functions at developing communication and specific functions to foster the relationship of the subject with reality.
Keywords: Autism early detection, comorbidity, interactional multi-systemic therapy

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Maurizio Brighenti, F. Bianco, A. Cinì, F. Malaffo, S. Stevan, E. Pavan, C. Costa, Which early diagnosis for which early treatment? in "PNEI REVIEW" 1/2017, pp. 47-57, DOI:10.3280/PNEI2017-001006

   

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