The Talk – Amazing Teens with Autism, Carly Fleischmann’s Story click here Teen Carly Fleischman shares her remarkable story that captured the world’s attention when, after never speaking a word, she found her “voice” through the keypad of her computer.
Break reported in autism treatment, detection click here There’s new research into how kids with autism learn, and as CBS 2’s Lisa Siegell reports, hopes are it could lead to incredible breakthroughs
Autism therapies: Study shows what works, what doesn’t (CBS) Parents of kids with autism may be disappointed to learn that there are a couple of big problems with the drugs and behavioral therapies approaches often used to treat the developmental disorder.
Autistic brains “organised differently” say scientists People with autism use their brains differently from other people, which may explain why some have extraordinary abilities to remember and draw objects in detail, according to new research. BBC
A photographer with severe autism has learned to share his world with others through images he captures with his camera. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy
The causes of autism are unknown and probably many. Scientists may have found one genetic explanation for the disorder. Genetic Explanation for Autism Found
Eden Sawczenko used to recoil when other girls held her hand and turned stiff when they hugged her. This year, the 4-year-old autistic girl began playing with a robot that teaches about emotions and physical contact _ and now she hugs everyone. (March 8)
http://www.redorbit.com/news/video/science/5/hyperbaric_treatment_helps_autism/27391/ A recent double blind study looked at 62 kids with autism. It found those who had sessions inside the hyperbaric chamber had significant improvement in their eye contact, socialization and language skills compared with the kids who did not.
Meet the Autism War: Devastating Illness or Neurodiversity Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 9, 2011 Today autism affects approximately one out of every one hundred children, a substantive increase from one in 2,500 as diagnosed thirty years ago. In recent years,
Children with autism spectrum disorders are better able to recognize faces, facial expressions and emotions with the help of an …