Jurnal Internasional Evaluasi program intervensi untuk anak autis
This study reviews the literature on intervention programs for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). ASD is considered a long-term neurodevelopmental disorder that is a long-term problem in the context of social communication and interaction, and dominates limited and repetitive patterns of behavior, interest, or activity. Intervention programs have goals such as to help individuals with ASD, especially at the initial development stage. Another object is to involve parents of children with ASD to improve the effectiveness of implementing this intervention. Reviewing the literature shows that parental involvement reduces their stress levels.