Alan I. Rosenblatt, MD, FAAP and Paul S. Carbone, MD, FAAP
This fully updated and revised guide offers authoritative, accessible advice about autism that parents can trust. It will help them understand how ASD is defined and diagnosed and the most current behavioral, developmental, educational, and medical therapies. Topics covered align with the DSM-5 updates and include symptoms and prevalence; accessing care; services in the community; behavioral and developmental treatment; medical treatment of coexisting medical and mental health conditions; the role of integrative, complementary, and alternative medicine; adolescence and transitioning into adulthood; and much more. Parents will also find inspirational and relatable stories from “Autism Champions” who share their personal experiences as people with ASD or parents and other family members of those with the disorder.
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Alan I. Rosenblatt, MD, FAAP
Alan I. Rosenblatt, MD, FAAP, is a neurodevelopmental pediatrician in private practice in Chicago, IL. He is an associate clinical professor of pediatrics at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine. He has received awards for clinical excellence, medical writing and for his advocacy efforts. Dr. Rosenblatt served on the Autism Expert Panel of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Paul S. Carbone, MD, FAAP
Paul S. Carbone, MD, FAAP, is a general pediatrician with an interest and experience in the area of autism spectrum disorders and related developmental disabilities. He is an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and coordinator for the autism program of the Utah Regional Leadership in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities program. Dr. Carbone is a current member of the Council on Children with Disabilities of the American Academy of Pediatrics.