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1 in 54: New prevalence numbers from the CDC underscore the need for autism research funding March 27, 2020 The Centers for Disease Control
As a friend or a family member to a loved one who has recently received an autism diagnosis, it can be challenging to know the right way
03/07/2019 Presented by Amanda Tami, LPC, BCBA The Johnson Center for Child Health & Development Upcoming Webinar Amanda holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology and has
Kelly Barnhill, MBA, CN, CCN serves as the Nutrition Coordinator for ARI. She is also Director of the Nutrition Clinic and the Clinical Care Coordinator at the Johnson Center
Medical visits can be stressful for anyone and individuals with autism often face extra challenges during procedures, such as a blood draw, due to communication deficits
Wenn Lawson, Ph.D., dives into aging and the autism spectrum. Speaking from personal and professional experiences, he discusses memory, movement, sensory profiling, language, and autonomy as they pertain
For more than 20 years, researchers have been studying TMS as a potential therapy for a number of neurological and psychiatric conditions. The U.S. Food and Drug
Complimentary Care and ASD: Considerations for Support Beyond ECI and School Services Presented by Anissa Ryland The Johnson Center for Child Health & Development If you would
Learn about emerging research on the comparative effectiveness of CET versus EST for improving cognitive and behavioral outcomes, to examine the impact of CET on underlying neural mechanisms of cognitive enhancement, and to identify personal and neurobiological moderators of treatment response.