Why do people just repeat over and over that "early intervention is key" for autism but never say what that even means in specifics.?
- PearlLv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
cause they probably dont know the specifics themselves
- SimplytheFACTSLv 711 months ago
it means early intervention teaches skills early, helps prevent kids from getting into bad patterns
- 11 months ago
Sickness is everywhere. I look forward to a time when we wont suffer from anything. Revelation 21:4
- ∅Lv 711 months ago
intervention is a general term, which means to be involved in it.
that is the only specific: that you are deeply involved. how you proceed depends on the needs of the child. there is no one answer.
itxs like asking what the best way to raise a child is. there is no one best way. it depends on the child.