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Planning for the Holiday Season

Autumn and the holiday season brings its joys - and potential challenges - for people with autism. Costumes, candy, disrupted routines, travel, house guests and new foods

Planning for the Holiday Season2019-11-11T14:47:12-05:00

ARI Enewsletter for October 2019

Read up on the latest news and updates from the Autism Research Institute. Greetings! With autumn upon us and the many holidays on the horizon, we wish everyone a safe

ARI Enewsletter for October 20192019-10-04T10:56:14-05:00

Optimizing Autism Treatment

Over the past half-century, two treatment approaches have dominated autism therapy. One is behavioral therapy (for instance, applied behavior analysis), while the other is traditional medical

Optimizing Autism Treatment2019-10-04T05:46:26-05:00

Large-Scale Studies in Autism: What do They Show?

Over the past decade, many studies have documented substantial impairments in the gastrointestinal (GI), immunological, and metabolic systems of individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Although

Large-Scale Studies in Autism: What do They Show?2019-09-27T04:32:11-05:00