El reto asistencial y educativo del autismo grave
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Autismo
autismo grave
programa AMI-TEA
niños
adolescentes

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Calvo Escalona, R. (2021). El reto asistencial y educativo del autismo grave. Revista De Psiquiatría Infanto-Juvenil, 38(2), 1-3. https://doi.org/10.31766/revpsij.v38n2a1

Resumen

Una de cada tres personas con autismo presentaría el llamado autismo grave. No existe una definición estandarizada para el autismo grave, pero el término se suele utilizar para aquellas personas que apenas tienen noción del lenguaje, asociado a una disminución de la capacidad cognitiva y que pueden llevar a cabo las tareas de la vida cotidiana con dificultad. A pesar de la mayor visibilización del autismo en la sociedad y de las iniciativas para mejorar la atención que recibe, no se está desarrollando el conocimiento sobre autismo grave. Así, es preciso estimular la investigación sobre prevalencia, buenas prácticas y tratamientos con el objetivo de mejorar las políticas dirigidas a esta población que fomenten recursos de soporte e intervenciones eficaces en todos los entornos. 

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