Browse Feed Entries By Period: March 2023
In this inaugural episode, Lord discusses her entry into autism research, what the future of the field might look like, and how drama club saved her in high school. SourceSource: Spectrum News
01.04.2023 · From Spectrum News
Here is a roundup of news and research for the week of 27 March. SourceSource: Spectrum News
01.04.2023 · From Spectrum News
By Astrid Lempriere The printmaking technique called Lino Printing, which involves carving a design into a block of linoleum, has a rich history dating back to the early 1900s. Today, lino printing is a popular form of printmaking that allows artists to create intricate, textured designs on paper an…
01.04.2023 · From The Art of Autism
Some conditions are too rare for conventional drug trials, leading some scientists to test bespoke treatments in single participants. Gleeson discusses the merits — and limitations — of these tiny trials. SourceSource: Spectrum News
31.03.2023 · From Spectrum News
This month’s issue of the Going on Trial newsletter examines personalized therapies for rare conditions, Acadia’s new drug for Rett syndrome and developments in a cord-blood program, among other autism-related drug trial news. SourceSource: Spectrum News
31.03.2023 · From Spectrum News
By: Morgan van Diepen, M.Ed., BCBA, Author of ABA Visualized Many providers feel intimidated by or uncomfortable with the parent training component of ABA services. When I first started in this field, I personally felt extremely out of place giving parents advice on supporting their children, not…
31.03.2023 · From Different Roads to Learning
Evidence of measurement bias undermines past claims about autistic children’s lower well-being. SourceSource: Spectrum News
30.03.2023 · From Spectrum News
“The buzz from the show opened doors for me to expand my reach, which is extraordinarily gratifying!” Kaelynn Partlow By Ron Sandison I enjoyed watching the Netflix series, Love On the Spectrum and hearing each participants’ story and the challenges they experienced with dating. The show beautif…
30.03.2023 · From The Art of Autism
Studies of behavioral treatments for autism are complex and can easily be misunderstood. Here we provide some guidance. SourceSource: Spectrum News
29.03.2023 · From Spectrum News
Male rats prenatally exposed to a maternal immune response have atypical responses to other rats in distress, according to a new study. SourceSource: Spectrum News
28.03.2023 · From Spectrum News
Art as a Language for Autism: Building Effective Therapeutic Relationships with Children and Adolescents (2023) Jane Ferris Richardson By Connie Gretsch MA Art Therapy, M Ed Art Integration, SLBP Special Education, Expressive Art and Special Educator Jane Ferris Richardson is an art therapist, play…
28.03.2023 · From The Art of Autism
The last few months have been abuzz with news about GPT-3, an artificial intelligence model created by a company called OpenAI that answers all sorts of questions in a conversational way. Recently, OpenAI released a more advanced version of this model called GPT-4 that can solve difficult problems w…
28.03.2023 · From Assistive Technology Blog
Discussion on social media revolved around a meta-analysis of suicidality in autism, a method to purify neural stem and progenitor cells, and autism-linked genes in zebrafish. SourceSource: Spectrum News
27.03.2023 · From Spectrum News
Here is a roundup of news and research for the week of 20 March. SourceSource: Spectrum News
25.03.2023 · From Spectrum News
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