The exciting new trial aiming to help treat young autistic people
An exciting new trial by Australian researchers has started, using non-invasive brain stimulation as a treatment for young autistic people.
Professor Peter Enticott, from the Centre for Social and Early Emotional Development at Deakin University, said the brain stimulation is similar to an MRI, and had the most benefit in the treatment of depression and anxiety.
“This particular trial is looking at whether we might be able to develop therapies for autistic people,” Professor Enticott told Ross and Russel.
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To view the trial website, head to www.tmsautism.com
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