Finding Credible Autism Research
The first of three blog posts addressing the question, “How can I find reliable information about autism and autism research?”
Immune Disorders and Autism Live Chat with Dr. Patterson
Paul Patterson, Ph.D., answered questions about the New York Times opinion piece on autism and immune dysfunction and related t... More...
Videoblog: Weatherstone Fellow Conveys Passion & Thanks
Promoting Teen Social Skills
What approaches are effective in improving social skills among teens on the autism spectrum?
Donated Tissue Makes New Findings Possible
Researcher thanks Autism Speaks Autism Tissue Program and its donors for enabling her study of brain inflammation, cell damage and antioxidants.
Mr. Rogers & Video Modeling
Was Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood made for children with autism? Is there any evidence that his shows help our kids?
Air Pollution and Autism Risk
AGRE families help uncover gene-environment interactions.
Prematurity & Autism
Do we know how long it takes a premature baby to catch up in brain development? Is there anything parents can do to reduce autism risk during this period?
Better Animal Models Lead to Better Treatments
Geneticist Richard Paylor explains the importance of the animal models being developed with Autism Speaks support.
Videoblog: Peter Gerhardt at the National Conference
Meeting the Needs of Adolescents and Adults with Autism: Peter Gerhardt, Ed.D., educational director of the McCarton Uppe... More...
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