Monthly Archives: January 2023

2022 Autism Research Continued

This week, I am continuing our discussion of some of the 2022 research that provided me with new insights into the many facets of autism. The science of Autism is constantly evolving.   Parental Genetics   Environmental Factors   Underserved Communities   Disorders Associated … Continue reading

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2022: A Major Year for Advances in Autism Research

Over the next few weeks, I thought I would share some of the highlights in Autism Research in 2022. Early Identification Parent-Mediated Interventions in Training The Brain Next week I will provide additional information about parental genetics, environmental factors, underserved … Continue reading

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Exercise: The Key to Combatting Depression in Children

I have been writing for several years about the benefits of exercise and how exercise, when developed as a life skill when a person is young, can provide lifelong benefits. We know the benefits of exercise as they relate to … Continue reading

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A Big Win for the Autism Community!

President Biden recently signed into law The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2023, which contains some significant victories for the community of persons with Developmental Disabilities and Autism.  These include: Thanks goes out to Autism Caucus co-chairs Reps. Chris Smith (R, NJ) … Continue reading

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