Individualized programs based on the needs of the child and family may help the successful education of children with autism.
This article describes the best use of programs designed to teach children with autism. The authors talked about how the most effective programs may be geared to the needs of the child. Choosing the type of therapy and intervention may best consider possible effectiveness of the therapy based on current research evidence. Different options might work better for different children, families, schools, and communities. The authors also said that measuring progress is an important part of a successful plan.