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

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

Treating Challenging Behaviors

Communication difficulties are a core symptom of ASD. As a result, individuals on the spectrum often develop coping/communication mechanisms that present as challenging behaviors. It is widely

Treating Challenging Behaviors2021-09-22T04:58:53-05:00

Autism Symptoms and Diagnosis in Adults

The mean age of autism diagnosis in the US and UK is 4 to 5, though later diagnoses do occur (Zwiagenbaum et al., 2019). Age at diagnosis

Autism Symptoms and Diagnosis in Adults2022-02-24T08:51:46-05:00

ARI’s 5 most popular webinars of 2020

For more than 50 years, ARI has dedicated its efforts to pioneering groundbreaking research and sharing free educational resources with people around the world. One of our

ARI’s 5 most popular webinars of 20202021-04-12T10:30:58-05:00

Early puberty a common finding in girls with ASD

Girls with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) tend to enter puberty at an earlier age than neurotypical girls, according to a new study. Blythe Corbett and colleagues analyzed

Early puberty a common finding in girls with ASD2022-02-23T11:03:26-05:00
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