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19 Temmuz 2024
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Data for Action

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The findings from the ADDM Network provide valuable insights that can be utilized by various stakeholders to support children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families. Here’s how different groups can use this information:

  1. Federal Government:
    • Guide research on ASD: Inform research initiatives and priorities.
    • Inform and promote early identification efforts: Support programs like CDC’s Learn the Signs. Act Early. to improve early identification efforts.
  2. Service Providers (Healthcare Organizations, School Systems):
    • Promote early identification efforts: Encourage developmental monitoring and timely diagnosis.
    • Plan for resource and service needs: Allocate resources effectively based on identified needs.
    • Target outreach: Direct efforts to communities with higher rates of ASD and low-income neighborhoods.
  3. Policymakers and Community Leaders:
    • Promote awareness and support for families with ASD: Raise community awareness and address the needs of affected families.
    • Develop policies for early identification and equal access to services: Ensure all children receive necessary support.
    • Establish task forces or commissions: Coordinate ASD activities and address community needs effectively.
    • Assess service needs post-COVID-19 disruptions: Understand the impact of disruptions and plan strategies for future emergencies.
    • Strengthen community infrastructure: Ensure equitable access to diagnostic, treatment, and support services.
  4. Researchers:
    • Guide future research projects: Identify areas for further investigation.
    • Study demographic disparities: Examine differences in ASD impact by sex, race/ethnicity, etc.
    • Support local research groups: Facilitate collaboration and data sharing.
    • Develop standard measurement tools: Establish consistent methods for assessing abilities and challenges in children with ASD.
    • Identify risk or protective factors: Understand factors influencing intellectual ability among children with ASD.

Overall, the information provided by the ADDM Network can inform policy-making, service provision, community initiatives, and research efforts aimed at improving the lives of children with ASD and their families.

https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/addm-community-report/data-for-action.html

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