Half of adults with autism who receive state services live with parents or relatives, and most do not have paid jobs in their communities, according to a new report.
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The Interactive Autism Network yesterday reported on research into preventing injuries in children with autism who wander or bolt from safe places.
Researchers from the Interactive Autism Network are discussing their work on technology use and autism at the International Meeting for Autism Research today.
Researchers from the Interactive Autism Network are discussing their work at poster sessions at the International Meeting for Autism Research this week. Here is what IAN is doing today.
The Interactive Autism Network is one of two new partners of the Maryland Center for Developmental Disabilities, as part of an effort to improve disability data access and quality.
Cheryl Cohen, of the Interactive Autism Network, discussed her research and ways to make websites and technology more accessible to teens and adults with autism, at a conference for technology design professionals in Washington.
Dr. Kiely Law, co-founder and research director of the Interactive Autism Network, was featured on WYPR Radio’s program about "Adulthood with Autism."
A new article, about the challenges faced by young adults with autism, features Isaac Law, 24, and his mother, Dr. Kiely Law, research director of the Interactive Autism Network.
A parent in the Interactive Autism Network discovered an early sign of a rare genetic syndrome that causes autism, according to research published in a medical journal yesterday.
A report by a U.S. government panel says youth with autism need an array of services, such as behavioral interventions, life skills education, medical and mental health care, vocational services, and residential, transportation, and social supports, as they transition to adulthood.