Parents support the development of the child and ensure that s/he grows up in accordance with the society rules in which s/he lives. While typical children easily acquire skills and behaviors in natural experiences with their families, systematic teaching is often required for the same skills and behaviors when it comes to a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Although ASD can be diagnosed very early in recent years, families do not know how to participate in the early education of their children. Family-centered practice is one of the evidence-based practices used to gain skills and behaviors and to deal with behavioral problems in many disability types at different ages. This article includes the theoretical foundations of family-centered practices and the importance of familycentered practices for children with ASD in early childhood and their families. In addition, comprehensive information about the studies conducted with children with ASD and their families in early childhood was presented and recommendations were made.