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April 26, 2021

Mobility Device Shows Promise for Perioperative Transfers for Children with ASD

Multi-position Configuration Mobile Chair-Bed Could Make Medical and Dental Procedures Less Traumatizing Guiding a typical child through a needed medical or dental procedure is challenging on its own, but managing a child with autism through a similar procedure can prove exceptionally stressful. Changes in routine, unfamiliar people, strange lights, new noises are all stressors that […]

April 26, 2021

Yale May Have Discovered Reason for the Female Protective Effect

Girls Require a Larger “Genetic Hit” than Boys to Develop ASD A recent Yale-led study has discovered that autism develops in different areas of the brain for  girls than it does for boys. The researchers involved in this study also found that girls have a larger number of genetic mutations than boys suggesting that females […]

April 26, 2021

New Report Details California’s Continuous Swell of Autism Cases

30 Years of Data Exposes ASD as a Massive and Escalating Health Crisis The National Council on Severe Autism (NCSA) along with Autism Society San Francisco Bay Area (SFASA) issued a shocking report earlier this month documenting California’s relentless surge of autism cases. Using data obtained from the California Department of Developmental Services (DDS), their […]

April 19, 2021

Community Shares | April 20th

Community Shares:  A difference has been identified between neuronal connections between the brain’s cortex and the subcortex for people on the spectrum and neurotypical individuals.  Manuel Casanova, MD will be holding a webinar on Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) on Wednesday, April 28 at 12 p.m. EDT.  Register now for the National Autism Association’s 2 day […]

April 19, 2021

Man with Autism Shot and Possibly Paralyzed After Encounter with Law Enforcement

Family Maintains that Deputies Had Knowledge of His Condition Isaias Cervantes, a 25-year-old Cudahy man with autism, recently experienced a mental health crisis at home. His family needed assistance managing his behaviors, which may have involved assaulting a family member.  They called 911 for help. According to Cervantes’ sister and the family attorney, the Los […]

April 19, 2021

Sensory Sensitivities Linked to Sleep Disturbances in Preschool Children with ASD

Study Finds Sleep Quality Related to Sensory Issues, Not Cognitive Abilities or Autism Severity  An Israeli autism sleep study focusing on young children has come to a surprising conclusion. Sleep disturbances experienced by preschoolers are tied to sensory sensitivities and not linked to their cognitive abilities or even the severity of their autism symptoms. Previous […]

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