Heather Bensch knew her daughter was different since infancy. Twenty years later, SPARK told her it had discovered why.Read More
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What do we know about autism in infancy, early childhood, and in the teen years? This collection provides insights from the community and researchers about development during those crucial years.
In this recorded webinar, Dr. Robin Kochel discusses regression – or skill loss – in children with autism.Read More
Watch this recorded webinar to learn about the patterns of early brain development in autism and the potential impact of these findings on future research and clinical practice.Read More
In this webinar, Kevin Pelphrey, Ph.D., a professor and neuroscientist, discusses his experiences as the father of a daughter and son with autism. He also discusses how these experiences have shaped his work as a scientist. This webinar is 60 minutes long.Read More
Some of a child’s early symptoms of autism may be among the most puzzling to parents: hand-flapping, rocking, lining up toys, or finding the whirling blades of a fan more interesting than the world around him.Read More
Mary E. McDonald discusses how to prepare children and teens with ASD for adulthood.Read More