Using Dogs to Diagnose and Address Autism

Using Dogs to Diagnose and Address Autism

Over the past two decades, the medical community has seen a rapid increase in the prevalence of autism diagnoses. For example, the population incidence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) among U.S. adults and children was 0.67% in 2000, rising to 2.76% in 2016.

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