Mum: How autism training helped my family
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Mum: How autism training helped my family

Giving mums and dads the skills to become "super parents" can dramatically improve their child's autism, a long-term study has shown.

In the training, parents watched films of themselves playing with their child while a therapist gave precise tips for helping their child communicate.

Adumea and her son Kofi took part in the research. She told the Today programme how it helped improved their life.

  • 26 Oct 2016
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