By Anna P. Kroncke, Marcy Willard, Helena Huckabee
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2007, p. 99). , 2008). , 2008). However, other researchers including Sally Rogers’s colleagues have found that even 15 h per week of early intervention can create optimal outcomes (Rogers, 2015). Isabell Smith of the Halifax research group has an impressive body of research to show that treatment (even at 15 h per week) in a community setting can have signiﬁcant impact on outcomes. Unfortunately, this is a hard number to verify in the broader community because children with more treatment hours tend to be more impaired in the ﬁrst place, confounding the effect of treatment as a variable in outcomes (2008).
Exposure to pesticides, either in utero or early childhood, has been proposed as a potential cause of autism as well. In this chapter, readers are invited to consider the prevailing thought as to the reasons autism prevalence continues to be on the rise. Risk factors for the disorder are discussed. The chapter concludes with information regarding signs that a diagnostic assessment may be warranted. Regardless of the cause, early identiﬁcation and treatment provides the best potential for intervention and recovery.
She provided a graphic that shows an almost identical rise in the use of glyphosate Exposure to Toxins and Pesticides 17 (and associated pathogens that are used in pesticides with glyphosate) and the rates of autism in schools. 9972, which is considered to be extremely high. This correlation means that more than 99 % of the variance in one variable (autism rates) may be associated with a 1 point raise in the other variable (glyphosate use). Seneff cites stats from US Department of Agriculture to show the increase in rates of pesticide use and the Seneff, 2014 for the data regarding autism’s increasing rates (Seneff, 2014).
Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Critical Issues in Clinical, Forensic and School Settings by Anna P. Kroncke, Marcy Willard, Helena Huckabee