Talk:Autism therapies

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Education, reviews[edit]

Jmarrs94 You have definitely added useful and important revisions to this article – the topic of education is crucial to understanding Autism. It might be beneficial to reorganize your subsections to have it such that it flows from methods to policies to disadvantages may be a more linear approach to the topic. Also, have you considered adding a section for advantages? Your contributions flow well and are easy to read and understand. For the more complex parts, it may help to add more links to other pages. Maybe for things such as priming? Great work! Efoxman42 (talk) 23:34, 21 October 2015 (UTC)

Jmarrs94 I think that you did a great job in providing well-sourced information in an easy to read and well-organized format and adding very valuable information to know when discussing the topic of autism. I would suggest identifying who has done the studies on methods helpful for autistic children to improve the credibility of the research. Like Efoxman42, I think you could consider linking to the pages of the topics and strategies you mention in your Methods section. Overall, great contribution! Jwang19 (talk) 01:37, 22 October 2015 (UTC)

Jmarrs94 This article is very polished and well organized in the regions you edited. One thing that could use some improvement is the inclusion of more images, specifically medical images, as treatment is highly scientific (as backed in the article itself). Also, consider adding more information to sections that lack data, such as the "research" section or the "Alternative medicine" section, as these serve to make the article seem less professional. Overall, you did a great job at outlining and explaining in-depth the different treatments of autism. Kateraz (talk) 02:37, 5 November 2015 (UTC)

Jmarrs94 Overall you did a great job in terms of topic coverage and clearly put a lot of work into your contribution! I think the main issues moving forward are going to be increasing empirical studies to support your claims, having in-text citations, having clearer subheaders, and increasing the quantity of pictures. Vnguyen518 (talk) 03:20, 5 November 2015 (UTC)

Vitamin D has helped[edit]

No mention of vitamin D despite Core symptoms of autism improved after vitamin D supplementation., Autism symptoms dramatically improved after treatment with Vitamin D and [1] - Rod57 (talk) 20:27, 27 October 2015 (UTC)

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