At 6 months, Emilio Aguilar’s parents were told he had delays across the board. After taking part in the Infant Start intervention, Emilio, now 4, is developing typically. “I don’t know where we’d be if we hadn’t participated,” Emilio’s mom, Carmen Aguilar said. (Courtesy: Carmen Aguilar)
An intervention for kids exhibiting signs of autism as young as 6 months is showing promise, researchers say, with most infants in a new study shedding their delays.