In the treatment of autistic children; there are many intervention methods directly related to children, family-centered and family-child interaction. In this systematic review, the aim was to examine how Family-based intervention programs affected the development of children in autism, such as behavioral, social, communicative, and language skills. Reviews and Dissemination Center, developed by the National Research Institute of York University, 2009, have been guided. At the end of the survey, three studies were included in the study. Start arguing about the effects of interventions on your children's centers. Intervention models and practices should be discussed to achieve effective but expected development in areas such as IQ, language development, motor skills, daily activities, adaptive behavior, and reduction of symptoms of autism.
family interventions, autistic children, autism and parental interventions.