14th Annual Autism Update Saturday, March 20, 2021
A one-day conference for parents, educators and care providers of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders. This annual update will focus on new research and services for individuals with autism to optimize their long term functioning. This conference will be virtual due to COVID-19 restrictions. To register, click here
NOW REGISTERING! 14th Annual Autism Update (ONLINE), for more info, click here
Autism Parent Support Group now meeting via Zoom every 2nd Monday from 7-8:30pm. Next meeting: 1/11/2020.
Articles of Interest
- Hormone reduces social impairment in kids with autism
- Nature versus nurture in autism
- Is vasopressin what's lacking in the brains of those with autism?
- Students With Autism Excel in Working With Data, Helping Scientists
- Lynn Koegel, who developed prominent autism therapy, joins Stanford
- Why parents try fringe therapies for autism
- Automating genetic analysis helps keep up with rapid discovery of new diseases
- Like people, monkeys vary widely in their social abilities. Behavioral neuroscientist Karen Parker, PhD, explains how studying social behavior in monkeys can advance how we understand and treat autism.
- Study finds differences in male, female brain activity when it comes to cooperation
- Tips for creating quality family time when a child has autism spectrum disorder
- Google Glass may help kids with autism recognize emotions