Aim: In this study, it was aimed to present the effect of home-based and game-based early intervention program on the child's development which is applied to the risk of autism spectrum disorder. Method: This study was planned as a case report, and the case is a 2-year-old boy who is at risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). 10 sessions of early intervention program was applied to the child in the home environment for 1 year and 6 months. This program consists of quantitative and qualitative data obtained from the evaluation of the child and the environment. Quantitative data with DENVER II and GOBDÖ 2 TV; The qualitative data were collected through interviews with the child and the family, the observation notes of the researcher, interviews with the family and other professionals involved in the intervention process, video recordings and the information form. In order to support the development of the child, this case study, which includes a whole process which is managed by family, environment and other experts, recorded all the data collected in the quantitative and qualitative processes and these data constituting the findings were described and analyzed together. Results: DENVER II and GOBSE 2 The TV was administered twice before and after the intervention and a significant improvement was observed between these two stages. In addition, verbal expressions in all qualitative data showed a direction from negative to positive. The collected data were transferred in a holistic way in accordance with the research objectives. With these results, it can be said that the intervention program is effective. Conclusion: The findings showed that the child progressed in developmental skills, the severity of autism symptoms decreased and he was rid of from autism diagnostic criteria.
Keywords: Autism, Early Intervention, Home Centered Early Intervention, Developmental Support