Academics in disciplines such as law, history and the arts have the potential to make extensive contributions to the lives of people with autism.
From funding decisions to scientific fraud, a wide range of societal factors shape autism research.
An author with autism debuts his second book, the U.S. agency tasked with protecting public health has a new director, and new legislation makes medical cannabis accessible to people with autism in Georgia.
Only a fraction of disabled children would meet the definition of ‘blind and disabled’ that would allow them to keep their Medicaid coverage under the proposed health bill Republicans are pushing.
The United States is failing most of its half million school-age children with autism by not giving them a good education.
Employers discover the perks of having staffers on the spectrum, robots deliver autism therapy, and Jennifer Doudna of CRISPR fame recounts her nightmares.
A Tampa clinic goes rogue with fecal transplants, autism’s genetic ancestry traces to our deep past, and the U.S. Supreme Court revives the travel ban.
Families need more support from researchers in order for their heroic efforts to be optimally effective.
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Watch the complete replay of the debate on the promise of ‘affinities’ in autism.
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