Social Media Use and Autism – Teens and Adults

We often equate keeping teens safe online to shielding them from experiencing online risks – such as information breaches, cyberbullying, sexual solicitations, and exposure to explicit content. However,

Social Media Use and Autism – Teens and Adults2023-09-20T15:00:19-05:00

Pain, Sensory Issues and Autism

Learn about emerging research on pain, sensory issues, and autism. Handouts are online HERE A video shared by The National Autistic Society, demonstrating

Pain, Sensory Issues and Autism2023-09-03T08:29:31-05:00

Autism and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome – Updates

Dr. Emily Casanova and Rosie Head discuss research updates on Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS) and their overlap with autism. Casanova outlines ongoing research investigations into the genetic factors that

Autism and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome – Updates2023-06-20T21:42:26-05:00

Aquatic Therapy Programming for Individuals with Autism

Jennifer Knott, CTRS, discusses aquatic therapy programming for autistic individuals. She highlights the potential of such programs for removing barriers to involvement and expanding individual recreation repertoire to build

Aquatic Therapy Programming for Individuals with Autism2023-06-05T05:30:21-05:00

Gestational Influences and Autism

Dr. Judy Van de Water, Ph.D., explores the role of gestational factors in the development of autism. She explains how maternal immune activation, antibody patterns, and immune markers

Gestational Influences and Autism2023-06-20T21:04:21-05:00

Autism and Pica

Dean Alexander, Ph.D., discusses pica, the ingestion of non-food substances, which has received insufficient attention as a common, sometimes lethal, form of self-injurious behavior. He discusses the

Autism and Pica2023-05-12T06:53:10-05:00
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