• NYT Article: The Kids Who Beat Autism

    In the last 18 months… two research groups have released rigorous, systematic studies, providing the best evidence yet that in fact a small but reliable subset of children really do overcome autism.

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  • Study Finds Some With Autism Diagnosis Can Overcome Symptoms

    “Doctors have long believed that disabling autistic disorders last a lifetime, but a new study has found that some children who exhibit signature symptoms of the disorder recover completely” Read the full article here

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  • Op-Ed: Autism and the Agitator

    Jenny McCarthy got a crazy amount of traction. She shouldn’t get a whitewash. How much time did physicians and public officials waste trying to neutralize the junk in which McCarthy trafficked? As Fred Volkmar, a professor at Yale University’s medical school, said to me, “It diverts people from what’s really important, which is to focus […]

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  • New Study: Early Detection of the Signs of Autism

    “Researchers at Marcus Autism Center, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University School of Medicine have identified signs of autism present in the first months of life.” New study identifies signs of autism in the first months of life

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  • Interesting Autism research showcased on NPR

    Very interesting research being done, that has implications for understanding motivation, reinforcement and teaching expressive communication to children with autism.

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