ARI accomplishments, ari accomplishments 2019

At ARI, we have always been mindful of the needs of those on the autism spectrum and their family members. Their support over the past five decades has magnified our focus on advancing an ambitious research agenda while reporting on the latest science-based information for people of all ages on the spectrum.

While the causes of ASD remain unclear, recent scientific advances challenge the traditional view of autism as an untreatable disease—as one that is genetically hardwired. ese developments support the position that ARI has always maintained: autism is treatable. ARI continues to pioneer research, outreach, and cooperative efforts with other organizations worldwide.

Print ARI’s 2019 Annual Report

Print ARI’s 2019 Accomplishments

Research

ARI takes an active role in all phases of autism research.

  • ARI’s 2019 Annual Report

    ARI awarded more than $220,000 in grants to fund exciting and innovative research that holds promise to impact the lives of those on the autism spectrum.

  • ARI expanded its Scientific Advisory Board which increases the number of leading researchers exploring all areas related to the understanding of the underlying biology of autism.

  • ARI sponsored forums, such as national and regional think tanks and an online discussion group, to engage scientists and practitioners in in-depth dialogue about current and opportunity to share their thoughts and findings directly with clinicians with diverse expertise. In addition, these researchers appreciate receiving practical input from experienced practitioners who often provide further insight about autism.