Children, Volume 8, Issue 2 (February 2021) – 113 articles
Have the extreme circumstances of the COVID-19 outbreak impaired the adaptive functioning and behavior of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Have the home confinement, interruption of in-person therapeutical interventions and routine disruption constituted real challenges for ASD children and their families?
Does web-delivered intervention represent an effective choice in emergency situations like COVID-19?
Our research on 85 Italian children with ASD investigates the answers to these questions. Specifically, through a comparison with a baseline evaluation performed during the months preceding COVID-19, we evaluated whether after compulsory home confinement, any improvement or worsening was reported by parents of ASD individuals using standardized instruments. View this paper
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