Sustainable implementation of early intervention for autism spectrum disorder through caregiver coaching: South African perspectives on barriers and facilitators

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10.21037/pm.2019.07.08

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Makombe, CBT, N Shabalala, M Viljoen, N Seris, PJ de Vries and L Franz (n.d.). Sustainable implementation of early intervention for autism spectrum disorder through caregiver coaching: South African perspectives on barriers and facilitators. Pediatric Medicine, 2. pp. 39–39. 10.21037/pm.2019.07.08 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/19741.

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Lauren Franz

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Dr Franz's research focuses on improving access to evidence-based services and support for neurodevelopmental disabilities, including autism, in diverse, low-resource, local and global communities.


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