Study: Children with autism often diagnosed late

05/5/2009 | ScienceDaily

The average child is diagnosed with autism when they are about 6 years old, far too late for the most effective interventions, according to a study. Girls with autism and those with fewer cognitive impairments were likely to be diagnosed even later, researchers found.

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