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Why Has Our Daughter Become Violent?

Our daughter has been loving and affectionate for twelve years. But since she’s reached puberty she’s been biting, scratching and completely checking out when she gets her period. What is known about girls with autism at pubert... More...

New Directions for Autism Speaks Autism Treatment Network

Posted by Clara Lajonchere, PhD, Autism Speaks vice presi... More...

Behavioral Medication Side Effects

One of your recent blogs described a study aimed at manag... More...

Discovering “One Stop Shopping” in Autism Care

Guest blog by Kimberlee Rutan McCaffe... More...

Encouraging Picky Eaters with Autism to Try New Foods

My grandson is turning five and eats only a handful of foods. What can we do to get him to try new foods?

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Investing in Research for Today's Families

How can we best invest research dollars to benefit today’s children and adults with autism?

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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.

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Videoblog: Amy Hess & Lisa Goring at the National Conference

“Putting It All Together” for Your Child with Autism: Amy Hess, ATN site coordinator at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Lisa Goring, Autism Speaks vice president of Family Services, discuss key points fo... More...

Videoblog: Managing Challenging Behaviors

From the Autism Speaks National Family Conference in Columbus, Ohio, Daniel Coury, MD, discusses three ways that families can better manage challenging behaviors of their child with autism. Dr.

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