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Handouts are online (.pdf) HERE Learn about recent findings suggesting that autistic individuals may be more likely to anthropomorphize, the tendency to ascribe human-like attributes,
Hear nutritionist Kelly Barnhill share updates about emerging research on nutritional approaches for supporting autistic people. The speaker: Kelly
Learn about research on biomarkers and autism as well as an intervention that affects brain plasticity. Handouts are online HERE
Pamela Wisniewski, PhD, presents new research about the online experiences of autistic teens and young adults. Her research findings emphasize teaching teens how to leverage technology
Karen Heffler, MD, takes viewers on a comprehensive exploration of the relationship between early-life screen time exposure and autism risk. She delves into the intricate
Examining the Transition to Adulthood in Autism: Challenges and Opportunities in the Aim of Thriving
Results from a study that focused on transition to adulthood in Autism are presented, including considerations for advancing service access and navigation, employment support, and
Dr. Tami Bar-shalita, Merry Kalingal Levi, and Dr. Yelena Granovsky explore the intricate connections between pain, sensory perception, and autism. They discuss quantitative and qualitative research findings
At ARI we understand what it means to be different because ARI has always been unique. We have learned a lot over the past 56 years. We continue
"I think society has an expectation where you have to be male or female, or you can be somewhere in between [...]. But they don't get that, actually,