In this recorded webinar, Dr. Robin Kochel discusses regression – or skill loss – in children with autism.Read More
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Autistic people are found along a wide spectrum, from those who speak fluently to those who do not speak at all. People with little speech may be described as minimally verbal, and those with no speech may be called nonverbal. Very young children may be described as preverbal. These articles, webinars, and family stories explore what we do and do not know about speech and language development in autism.
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
Erin is a mom on a mission. She wants to find out if her son has a genetic change, so she can better manage his health.Read More
Researchers have found that most young children with autism spectrum disorder and severe language delay developed “phrase or fluent” speech by age 8, with almost half achieving fluent speech.Read More