Without it, autistic adults with high support needs like my son are missing out on treatments that could reduce their suffering and improve their quality of life.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
Shannon Des Roches Rosa
Sheltering in place is especially hard for autistic children who dread changes in routine and who may have learned to repress their ways of managing stress. Here are tips to help them cope.
The annual meeting of International Society for Autism Research has aligned its offerings with the priorities of people with autism and their families.
People with autism who speak few or no words need tools that can help them communicate. Scientists could make this happen.