Mother outlines autism treatment in new book

12/16/2009 | ABC News

Elizabeth Scott, the mother of a child diagnosed with autism at 18 months, says intensive, hands-on skills therapy helped her son test off of the autism spectrum by the time he was 4. Experts caution that there is no cure for autism but concede that techniques such as those outlined in a book Scott co-authored -- "Autism Recovery Manual of Skills and Drills" -- may be beneficial for some children with the disorder.

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