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07 Dec 2016
Dr Gannon tells ABC listeners that children with autism are typically diagnosed around their sixth birthday, missing out on years of potentially critical early intervention.

Published: 07 Dec 2016

06 Dec 2016
The AMA Position Statement on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 2016 calls for coordinated action to speed up the diagnosis of ASD in children. While ASD can be reliably detected at two years of age, Australian children are most commonly diagnosed just before their sixth birthday, possibly leading to delays in early intervention opportunities.

Published: 06 Dec 2016