How to Help A Child With Autism
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Wednesday, June 15, 2011
New Data Shows half of All Children with Autism Wander and Bolt from Safe places
The Interactive Autism Network (IAN) the nation's largest online Autism research project, recently revealed the preliminary results of the first major survey on Wandering and elopement among individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and announces the launch of a new research survey on the association between pregnancy factors and ASD. The Wandering and elopement survey found that approximately half of parents of children with Autism report that their child elopes, with the behavior peaking at age four. Among these families, nearly 50% say that their child went missing long enough to cause significant concern about safety. In just three weeks, more than 800 parents of children with Autism completed the survey. We hope that advocates and policy makers use this research to implement key safety measures to support these families and keep these children safe. God Bless!!!
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