In this recorded webinar, Dr. John Constantino talks about his research into the disparities in the timing of autism diagnoses.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.
In this webinar video, David Amaral and Cynthia Schumann discuss how studying the human brain contributes to our understanding of autism.Read More
When Trudi Sullivan was being evaluated for an autism spectrum disorder, she was ushered into a room that included a child-sized chair. That chair was a reminder that she was getting her diagnosis later than most people — decades later.Read More
Two brain imaging studies suggest it is possible to detect autism in high-risk infants as early as 6 months.Read More