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Voting is a fundamental right shared by all Americans. Up until the 1990s with the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), many individuals with disabilities...
This Autism Speaks Weatherstone fellow is deepening our understanding of how inflammation affects prenatal brain development Post by neuroscientist Myka Estes, a 2012...
I’ve seen reports about first trimester ultrasound exams being associated with autism. My obstetrician has ordered one. Should I be concerned? Today’s...
  The Senate Finance Committee today moved to the full Senate the ABLE to Work Act, sponsored by Senator Richard Burr (R-NC), and the ABLE Financial Planning Act,...
The Ninth Annual World Focus on Autism event, which coincided with the 71th Anniversary of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, convened first spouses and...
Autism BrainNet invites the Autism Speaks community to attend a free webinar: “Epilepsy and Autism Seen through the Brain,” on Friday, Oct. 14, from noon to 1 pm...
This guest post is by Alyssa Anadon, a stay at home mom working on her Special Education Credential. She blogs about her son Grayson at Sunshine Through the Spectrum....
This guest post is by Josh Dushack, a young man on the autism spectrum. Last year – if some of you don’t remember – I wrote a blog about growing up...
This blog is from Mandy Farmer who writes a blog called From The Bowels of Motherhood where she writes about raising her three children, one who has autism, and...
Study suggests inner-ear glitch interferes with language development and may help identify babies at risk for autism Researchers at the University of Rochester Medical...