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Linea Guida: Il trattamento dei disturbi dello spettro autistico nei bambini e negli adolescenti (Guidelines: treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders in children and adolescents)

Ministry of Health; Italy Country Resources Autism Spectrum Disorder Italy October 2011 Guidelines child and adolescent mental health, mental health treatment

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Il trattamento dei disturbi dello spettro autistico nei bambini e negli adolescenti è una linea guida nazionale pubblicata dal Ministero della Salute in associazione con l’ Istituto Superiore della Sanita e il Servizio Sanitario della Toscana. Questa linea guida sui trattamenti dei disturbi dello spettro autistico nei bambini e negli adolescenti si sviluppa all'interno del primo programma nazionale di ricerca sulla salute mentale nell'infanzia e nell’adolescenza.

The document ‘Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders in children and adolescents’ is a national guideline published by the Ministry of Health in collaboration with the Higher Institute of Health and the Health Service of Tuscany. This guideline guides on the treatment of the Autism Spectrum Disorder in children and adolescents. The guideline is developed within the first national plan on research of child and adolescent mental health.

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