What if almost everything we assumed about how autism begins is wrong? New studies call into question some assumptions about regression in autism.Read More
Read more about: Diagnosing autism
Professionals diagnose autism by observing the behavior of a person seeking a diagnosis and by analyzing the person’s developmental history. This collection of articles and webinars addresses how autism is diagnosed, who receives a diagnosis, and the community’s experiences with getting an autism diagnosis.
Before she was a behavior analyst, author, and podcaster, Mary Lynch Barbera was a mom trying to find ways to help her son with autism.Read More
A few years after being diagnosed with autism in his 30s, one man learned why he has autism. Read about his journey.Read More
In this recorded webinar, Dr. Brian Boyd discusses implicit racial bias and how it affects access to services in autism.Read More
When Alycia Halladay Ross heard that a huge autism study was launching, she knew she had to join for her daughter and all the other girls with autism.Read More