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Pull-to-Sit Test

We all know the importance of early intervention for children with autism. We are constantly striving for earlier and more accurate diagnosis. That is why there is such interest from the wire services in a study that demonstrated weak head … Continue reading

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Updates from IMFAR

The International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) was held this month in Toronto.  This meeting attracts nearly 2,000 participants and presents research from basic science to potential new treatments.  Since few of us have the opportunity to attend these innovative … Continue reading

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Young Adults With Autism

The first question I asked when learning that my son Ryan had an autism spectrum disorder was “What would his future look like?”  Up until then, I presumed that he would attend the University of Notre Dame, as my father, … Continue reading

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Presentation on Autism Issues by Dr. Joseph Barber

For those of you in the Erie area, my brother Dr. Joe Barber will be presenting Tuesday night, May 22, his first lecture at the Barber National Institute Forum from 6:00-7:15 p.m. His topic, “Upcoming Changes in the Diagnosis of … Continue reading

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