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Read more about: Therapies and treatments

“What do we do now?” Although many treatments and therapies are supposed to help with autism, few have been studied enough to know whether they really do (or don’t) work. In the articles and webinars listed below, we explore autism therapies and treatments, the evidence that supports their use, and what we are learning from the experience of individuals and families who have used them.

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First a Cleft Lip, then Autism

More than three years after a genetic diagnosis, Brody Eidam has surpassed doctor’s expectations. But he and his family still face lots of challenges.

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