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Autism and Seizures

Seizure disorders and epilepsy are frequently reported medical comorbidities in individuals with autism. While a correlation between the two exists, how they influence each other has yet

Autism and Seizures2021-02-19T05:47:11-05:00

Causes and Interventions for Self-Injury in Autism

Strictly speaking, self-injury is not a symptom of autism. However, certain symptoms, situations, and comorbidities related to ASD can lead some people with autism to engage in

Causes and Interventions for Self-Injury in Autism2021-02-19T05:48:54-05:00

PANS/PANDAS in Children with Autism

The information below is from the 2019 ARI webinar, PANS/PANDAS - Research Updates In rare cases, some children may experience the sudden onset of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder or

PANS/PANDAS in Children with Autism2021-02-19T05:51:44-05:00

Workplace Accommodation Tips

Finding the best job match is key to meaningful employment. But even good matches often include negotiated adjustments and accommodations – success involves fitting the job to

Workplace Accommodation Tips2021-07-21T09:32:13-05:00

Diagnostic Checklist Form E-2 and Research Questionnaire Form E-3

Download the E-2 (English, PDF file) ARI’s Diagnostic Checklist, Form E-2, was developed by Dr. Bernard Rimland to diagnose children with Kanner’s syndrome, which is also known as ‘classical autism.’

Diagnostic Checklist Form E-2 and Research Questionnaire Form E-32021-07-21T09:32:35-05:00

Participate in Studies

Newborn Screening Autism Risk Study - Predicting Autism Risk May Begin with a Drop of Blood The Naviaux Lab is now seeking participants for phase II of

Participate in Studies2021-07-21T09:32:46-05:00

Thank You For Registering

We look forward to seeing you there. You will receive a confirmation email from us shortly. In the meantime, check out our website for past webinars, useful tools, research

Thank You For Registering2020-03-06T09:35:42-05:00

Whats the connection between autism and sleep?

For many people with autism, a good night’s sleep is an elusive thing. As much as 86 percent of children on the spectrum experience disrupted

Whats the connection between autism and sleep?2021-06-17T15:51:00-05:00
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