Seizures took away some of Abigail’s childhood memories. As a young adult, she discovered the reason for both her epilepsy and autism. Her journey to help others with similar conditions led her to two research studies.Read More
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People with autism may experience challenges with small or large motor activities. These selections highlight the latest research on motor challenges and the community’s experiences. There is also information about activities that may help.
Although the road to adulthood can be bumpy for people with autism, Joseph Beno has moved smoothly from high school to employment and owning a car.Read More
From 25 percent to 35 percent of people with autism speak few or no words. Why don’t we know more about them?Read More
When Mercedes Riggs opened the email from SPARK, she texted her husband, “You won’t believe this.” Learn how SPARK provided answers to one family’s questions about their son’s autism.Read More
In this recorded webinar, Dr. Anjana Bhat shares ways that you can use structured and creative physical activities to engage your child at home.Read More
More than 8 in 10 children who have autism have motor issues, according to a large-scale survey. But few receive therapy.Read More