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What is Toe Walking?

Toe walking refers to a gait cycle/walking pattern in which the heel does not contact the ground; this is a common developmental variation in young children (aged three

What is Toe Walking?2021-11-26T07:12:15-05:00

Autism Symptoms and Diagnosis in Adults

The mean age of autism diagnosis in the US and UK is 4 to 5, though later diagnoses do occur (Zwiagenbaum et al., 2019). Age at diagnosis

Autism Symptoms and Diagnosis in Adults2021-10-19T13:33:04-05:00

Back-to-School Resources

Whether you’re a parent preparing a child for grade school or an adult transitioning into or out of college, the back-to-school season can present unique challenges for

Back-to-School Resources2021-09-09T08:28:23-05:00

Moving Forward in 2021

Subscribe to the Autism Research Review International Stay up-to-date on the latest research with ARI’s award-winning Autism Research Review International (ARRI) quarterly journal. ARRI has received worldwide

Moving Forward in 20212021-04-26T15:43:58-05:00

ARI’s 5 most popular webinars of 2020

For more than 50 years, ARI has dedicated its efforts to pioneering groundbreaking research and sharing free educational resources with people around the world. One of our

ARI’s 5 most popular webinars of 20202021-04-12T10:30:58-05:00

Choosing Toys for a Child with Autism

If you find yourself shopping for a child with autism spectrum disorder, you might wonder about if there are certain toys and gifts are better than others.

Choosing Toys for a Child with Autism2021-02-19T05:30:48-05:00

Data-based Decision Making for Parents of Children with Autism

Physicians, psychologists, therapists, and researchers all keep records. Records help them to track the efficacy of treatments, see how their patients progress over time and adjust their

Data-based Decision Making for Parents of Children with Autism2021-02-19T05:36:42-05:00

Helping Students with Autism Switch to Online Learning

For many students, the return to school looks different this year. Many school districts are choosing online learning or hybrid learning models in response to the ongoing

Helping Students with Autism Switch to Online Learning2020-10-26T11:21:58-05:00
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