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Even early childhood autists can, contrary to popular belief, develop normally. They want and can communicate and interact, and just like all other children, they need social interaction for their development. If there is a disruption of social interaction, then there will be a disruption of development. How and why it can lead to disturbances of social interaction, and what consequences they have, is presented with a development-dynamic approach - so far denied autistic. At the same time, support programs are presented aiming at restoring the social interaction between parents and autistic children. And: "It's never too late."