Managing Anxiety in Children with Autism
My eight-year-old with autism rips his clothes when he gets nervous at school. How can I manage my son’s anxiety?
Is There a Connection between Autism and Bipolar Disorder?
This week’s “Got Questions?” answer comes ... More...
Why Is Brain Tissue Donation Vital to Advancing Autism Treatment?
“I read about BrainNet and your new push to increase postmortem brain donations. Why? What has brain tissue research done for the autism community?”
Autism and Social Acceptance: The Importance of Table Manners
“We heard autism educator Peter Gerhardt talk about how important table manners are for social acceptance. Our 17 year old has come a long way in other aspects of his social life. But he still grabs food almost before it’s serv... More...
Social Communication Disorder: Parents Seek Guidance
“Can you explain the new DSM-5 category of Social Communication Disorder? Who would receive this diagnosis, and what therapies would help?”
Parents Seek Help Easing MRI Process for Child with Autism
"How can we ease the MRI process for our 3-year-old who has autism? Would full sedation be better than conscious sedation?"
Oxytocin for Treating Autism? Not So Fast …
Posted by developmental-behavioral pediatrician Paul Wang, ... More...
Perspective on Increased Diabetes Risk with Antipsychotic Medications
Posted by developmental pediatrician Daniel Coury, medical director of ... More...
Ireland’s Autism Community Helps Shape National Registry
Posted by Amy Daniels, PhD, Autism Speaks assistant directo... More...
Pregnant mom seeks advice on reducing toxic exposures
“If exposure to toxic substances during pregnancy can increase the risk that my child will develop autism, what can I do to reduce my exposure?"
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