The Interactive Autism Network is honored, once again, to publish the Autism Science Foundation’s (ASF) review of autism science in 2018.
Adults and autism
From 25 to 30 percent of people with autism speak few or no words. Despite an increase in overall autism research, why do we know so little about them?
Ruth Dunigan is proud. Her son, David, is excelling at a full-time job and managing his money well enough to buy his first vehicle, a silver Jeep Liberty. Those may seem like ordinary things for a 25-year-old, but David is not ordinary. He is among a tidal wave of people with autism who have made the transition from school to adulthood recently. Follow his journey.
Researchers want to know: what's the link between autism and suicide risk, and how can we help those in crisis?
What are the pros and cons of telling an employer you have autism?
A new survey is available that will allow your adult child to stay active in SSC@IAN. It takes less than 5 minutes to complete.
The different subtypes of autism became a hot topic of discussion in 2017. What did autism researchers learn? Read the Autism Science Foundation's year in review.
Research on the subject may be limited, but children and adults with autism do not need to suffer silently with an anxiety disorder. Learn about anxiety treatments – medications and cognitive behavior therapy – for people on the spectrum with anxiety.
Autism is generally a lifelong condition, but there is currently very little understanding of how the brain changes in people with ASD as they age. What research is needed?
In this recorded webinar video, Ernst VanBergeijk, PhD, MSW, a professor at Lesley University, discusses employment and job trends for people with autism, skills that help individuals with autism gain and retain jobs, and how employers and co-workers can create an autism-friendly workplace.