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Cryptocurrency and the Autism Community

Cryptocurrency: a brief explanation A cryptocurrency, or crypto, is a digital currency that uses an encrypted system to verify and record transactions. Unlike traditional banks, cryptos use

Cryptocurrency and the Autism Community2022-10-25T10:02:28-05:00

Resources for Adults with Autism

ARI Webinars on Adulthood and Aging with Autism Aging and Autism - Autism Research Institute In this webinar, Wenn Lawson, Ph.D., dives into aging and the autism spectrum.

Resources for Adults with Autism2022-09-27T08:39:19-05:00

Back-to-School Resources

Whether you’re a parent preparing a child for grade school or an adult transitioning into or out of college, the back-to-school season can present unique challenges for

Back-to-School Resources2023-07-21T12:11:23-05:00

Quarterly Editorials on

Dr. Stephen M. Edelson, Executive Director at ARI, publishes an editorial about autism science and research every quarter. He leads readers through the history of ARI and

Quarterly Editorials on Autism.org2023-02-27T09:59:57-05:00

Meltdowns & Calming Techniques in Autism

Meltdowns and tantrums present with similar characteristics and are challenging to navigate; however, the root causes of tantrums and meltdowns are very different, and it is crucial

Meltdowns & Calming Techniques in Autism2023-04-18T08:17:17-05:00

ARI’s Five Most-Watched Webinars of 2021

For more than 50 years, ARI has dedicated its efforts to pioneering groundbreaking research and sharing free educational resources with people worldwide. One of our primary channels for

ARI’s Five Most-Watched Webinars of 20212023-02-16T10:14:42-05:00

ARI Webinars: Where to Start?

Webinars are one of the core ways ARI informs our community of the latest autism research. We put out dozens of new webinars each year. Each one

ARI Webinars: Where to Start?2022-04-08T11:24:13-05:00

Executive Function & Autism

What is executive function?  Executive function (EF) describes the “overarching regulation of goal-directed, future-oriented, higher-order cognitive processes” largely controlled by the frontal cortex (Szczepanski & Knight, 2014;

Executive Function & Autism2022-01-17T07:58:43-05:00

Co-Occurring Conditions and Autism

Research suggests that individuals with autism experience some conditions―including underlying medical issues, neurodevelopmental differences, and mental health issues―more frequently than the general population. Learning about these potential

Co-Occurring Conditions and Autism2022-03-08T12:47:29-05:00
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