In this paper we describe the development and content of Video-feedback Intervention to promote Positive Parenting for Children with Autism (VIPP-AUTI). VIPP-AUTI is an adapted version of the evidence-based intervention VIPP. The lack of social responsiveness in children with autism
often lowers the quality of the parent–child interaction. A wide range of early interventions exist to cope with the disorder. The majority of early interventions for children with autism focus on their deficits of (social) skills, but the number of evidence-based interventions to improve
early parent–child interaction patterns is limited. The aim of VIPP-AUTI is to enhance parental sensitivity to children’s autistic characteristics, in order to improve child developmental outcome by increased parental support.
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