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Autism Throughout the Lifetime

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Autism is a disorder that affects adults as well as children. However as Eileen Hopkins, Director of Global Initiatives for ICare4Autism, discussed during a Google Hangout, services begin to dwindle once an individual with autism turns eighteen.

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Susan Boyle Tells the World that She Has Asperger’s

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Susan Boyle, Scottish singing phenomenon and winner of Britian’s Got Talent 2009, told the Observer newspaper that she has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome.

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Israeli Students with Asperger’s Strive to Earn College Degree

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Ono Academic College, a university located in a Tel-Aviv suburb, recently began an initiative helping adults with Asperger’s earn a college degree in business administration.

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An Art Project with ICare4Autism

Students thought outside the box as they colored inside the lines during a presentation by Goodis, a Korean company that developed the KIMU Kidult Museum program.

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Study Shows Increased Risk of Autism in Mothers with Lupus

Presented at the American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting in San Diego, researchers discussed their findings that suggest children born to mothers with lupus may have a higher risk for an autism diagnosis than to a mother without the disease. Systemic lupus erythematosus is a chronic inflammatory disease, affecting many areas of the body with [...]

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World Health Organization (WHO) Answers Autism Questions

ICare4Autism recently announced the new partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), working on a project to create an online e-resource center for autism. Founder and CEO of ICareAutism, Dr. Joshua Weinstein, has been working closely with Dr. Shekhar Saxena, the Director of Mental Health and Substance Abuse at the World Health Organization. This project’s [...]

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ICare4Autism Announces New World Health Organization (WHO) Partnership

  On the 15th of September, the WHO convened its first consultation in Geneva to identify priorities for action and effective strategy to build capacity, around the world. The 3 day meeting brought together high-level stakeholders, policy makers, experts from relevant disciplines, international organizations and NGO s. This followed the adoption of a resolution by [...]

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International Database Pool Sheds Light on Autism Risk Factors

With data drawn from seven countries—Denmark, Finland, Israel, Norway, Sweden, Western Australia, and data from California—researchers are determined to isolate risk factors for autism. The project, named the International Collaboration for Autism Registry Epidemiology, will aim to find a link in autism with parental age, birth weight and gestational age, and season of birth. This [...]

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EU-AIMS at It Again: This Time Hopefully with a Drug Treatment for Autism!

One of the world’s largest research collaborations, EU-AIMS, has been working for years to enhance the autism field. This time, their goal is to scan hundreds of brains—both autistic and typical— using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to eventually develop a drug for autism. The research team, made up of multiple research centers including the Institute [...]

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