In “The Boy Who Loved Too Much,” a woman tries to cocoon her son, who has Williams syndrome, from life’s insults but later realizes her protective instincts carry dangers of their own.
Exploring the intersection of autism and the arts.
Heather Cassano’s documentary about her autistic brother Brian is a thoughtful and empathetic look at life on the spectrum.
The play dexterously depicts the struggles — sensory and social — of four characters who occupy distinct places on the autism spectrum.
A new book highlights how parenting children with autism is a lot like parenting anyone: You worry, you obsess and, on many an occasion, underestimate everyone, including yourself.
In his new book, journalist Richard Harris writes that lack of reproducibility in research poses a serious threat to science.
The presence of antibodies against a wheat protein may indicate that a child with autism would benefit from a gluten-free diet — but little data support this theory.
Journalists John Donvan and Caren Zucker detail autism’s transformation from a diagnosis shrouded in shame to an increasingly accepted, even celebrated, condition.
Steve Silberman’s new book, “Neurotribes,” recounts his 15-year quest to understand “the legacy of autism.”