2010
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Abstract: This study was a follow-up of a group of 29 children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders at age 2 who attended an inclusive toddler program until age 3. Children ranged in age from 4 to 12 years at the time of the parent survey and follow-up testing. The majority of children were placed in a special education (noninclusive) preschool class, but among the children who were in elementary school at the time of follow-up, 63% were in general education classroom placement. Diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder… Show more

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“…The VABS has been shown to be sensitive to changes during treatment for both the adaptive behavior composite and socialization subdomain in several studies (e.g., Bibby et al 2001;Charman et al 2004;Sallows and Graupner 2005). These results should be qualified by the fact that other studies have failed to detect changes during treatment when the VABS was used as an outcome measure, although other measures of social interaction in the sample did indicate change (Smith et al 2000;Akshoomoff et al 2010). This has led some to suggest that it may be insensitive to some subtle changes in social behavior during treatment.…”
Section: Adaptive Behaviormentioning
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“…The VABS has been shown to be sensitive to changes during treatment for both the adaptive behavior composite and socialization subdomain in several studies (e.g., Bibby et al 2001;Charman et al 2004;Sallows and Graupner 2005). These results should be qualified by the fact that other studies have failed to detect changes during treatment when the VABS was used as an outcome measure, although other measures of social interaction in the sample did indicate change (Smith et al 2000;Akshoomoff et al 2010). This has led some to suggest that it may be insensitive to some subtle changes in social behavior during treatment.…”
Section: Adaptive Behaviormentioning
“…We recently had the opportunity to follow a group of 29 children beyond age 3 who previously participated in the CTS program (Akshoomoff et al, in press). Children ranged in age from 4 to 12 years at the time of the parent survey and follow-up testing.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Thirty-one of the children (31%) were functioning in the typically developing range when they exited the program at age 3, after an average of 8 months of intervention. A recent study of long-term outcome in 29 children who participated in the program (1–5 years after exit) found that initial gains in cognitive and language functioning continued over time and the majority of children (over 60%) were in regular classroom placement at elementary school (Akshoomoff et al, 2010). Project DATA at the University of Washington integrates behavioral strategies with early childhood special education methodologies, providing inclusion as well as individualized instruction, and parent education.…”
Section: Current Systematic Methods Of Individualization and Integmentioning