A new article in the journal Neuron describes efforts to recruit 50,000 families into the largest U.S. autism genetic research program to date.
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Families in the Interactive Autism Network have contributed to efforts to help doctors determine if youth with autism are experiencing a mental health crisis.
An anxiety drug reduced some learning and social problems found in mice with a genetic change associated with autism, according to a new research study.
A free mobile app helps parents and caregivers track a child's development, to see if he is moving, walking, talking, and playing like other children his age, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.
A new article reviews the information about children with autism that researchers can obtain from the Interactive Autism Network (IAN), the Autism Treatment Network, and PEDSnet.
What does a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on special education mean for your student with a disability? A federal agency recently released a document explaining the Court's ruling that schools must provide a meaningful education to students with disabilities.
Dr. J. Kiely Law, co-founder of the Interactive Autism Network (IAN), has been named to the executive committee of PCORnet, the National Patient-Centered Clinical Research Network.
The ABLE National Resource Center has announced that people with disabilities may save an additional $1,000 in 2018 in an ABLE Account.
The U.S. Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee has updated its strategic plan to call for a doubling of government and private autism research spending by the year 2020.