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
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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
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
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
Whether you are an individual with autism or a parent to a loved one with an autism spectrum disorder, you may want to stay informed about scientific
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.’
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
The COVID-19 crisis has changed many lives in unexpected ways. Families of individuals with autism are navigating new challenges including increased stress and disruptions to routine. As
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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