autism

Walking The Walk: Autism in a Small Town

This guest blog is by Lora Kebbati, an annual walker at Nantucket's Walk Now for Autism Speaks Event! This post was originally posted in The Inquirer and Mirror. The 2013 Nantucket Walk will occur this Saturday at Jetties Beach on Nant... More...

Empowering Parents to Help Children Sleep

Posted by neurologist and autism sleep specialist Beth Malow, of Vanderbi... More...

Teen with Autism Needs Help with Hygiene & Appropriate Behavior

“How can we help our teenage daughter improve her hygiene and understand the difference between public versus private behavior?”

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Training Pediatricians to Fill Need for Earlier Autism Diagnosis

Guest post by clinical psychologist Zachary Warren, director of the Treatme... More...

An Update from a Community Grant Recipient in Alaska!

In 2011, Autism Speaks awarded a grant to the Disability Law Center of Alaska to run a statewide program to train parents and guardians on how to best advocate for an appropriate IEP for their child. They did outreach to remote, rural populations ... More...

Family in Remote Area Seeks Autism Treatment Guidance

“I live in an area without access to intensive early intervention therapies for autism. What can I do to help my child?”

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A Drop In The Ocean

This blog post is from Sonal, a speech language pathologist from Los Angeles.

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African American Physicians Embrace Autism Speaks Early Access to Care

Posted by Autism Speaks Senior Director for Environmental and Clinical Scie... More...

Reach for the Stars!

This blog post is by Kathy Angert, the mother of 3 beautiful sons. One of her sons, Evan is 18 years old and on the autism spectrum. 

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Delivering ‘Real World’ Science at Autism Speaks National Conference

Posted by Autism Speaks Vice President for Clinical Programs Clara Lajonch... More...

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