Video-based intervention (VBI) is an evidence-based practice for teaching a wide array of skills to autistic children and young adults; however, a limited number of studies have examined the effectiveness of parent-implemented VBI when teaching children functional skills in a home setting. The purpose of this evidence-based systematic review was to synthesize and evaluate the evidence base for parent-implemented VBI to teach functional skills to autistic children in a home setting. Nine studies published between 2012 and 2021 met the inclusion criteria for this review. Seven of these studies met the design standards and had strong or adequate levels of evidence. The findings indicate that parent-implemented VBI meets the criteria to be classified as a probable evidence-based practice, but a great variability exists in the methods of parent training, levels of parental involvement, and skills taught.
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