How well are we doing preparing people with autism to find and keep a job?
What was it like to grow up with autism before anyone, including you and your parents, knew what it was?
What was it like to raise a child with autism before most people even knew what it was?
For Carla Mazefsky, a chance job in college led to a career that spans all points along the autism spectrum.
Brain researchers found some unusual differences between males and females with autism: mutations in genes related to immune system function. Read more from a report by Dr. Alycia Halladay.
Here are answers to your questions from the Webinar on Teens and Screens, and more technology resources.
In this webinar video, Cheryl Cohen, MS, discusses the latest research, including her own on how teens with autism use technology in their day-to-day lives.
In autism, lost sleep means more than just a drowsy morning: it's linked to serious problems. A new study of children with autism shows that those who slept less also had lower intelligence scores and more severe autistic symptoms than kids who slept more.