Progress of Children with Autism from Therapies

Video Summary

Dr. Forletti explains that the progress a child with autism makes through therapy varies greatly depending on the child. He describes that after therapy some children are able to attend a typical school and be very successful although they may still exhibit some social delays. By contrast, other children may require specialized educational settings throughout their schooling.

"The children who have ASD; after receiving therapies, some of them do very well."
— Damian Forletti, MD

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