Category Archives: Autism Education

See how the efforts of the International Center for Autism Research have been put to use for the furthering of autism education

Measuring Anxiety & Understanding Autism

Communicating and expressing emotions can be extremely challenging for children with ASD. This results in the parents often having to discern whether their behavior is actually a symptom of autism or of anxiety. But since those symptoms are sometimes difficult to tell apart, even for the child's parent, clear clinical guidelines may greatly improve the […]

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Famous Autistic People

“There is a plan and a purpose, a value to every life, no matter what its location, age, gender or disability.” Sharron Angle – American Politician There is a value to every life, all people differ in own way…mentally, physically, spiritually, etc. But it’s a real power to find your strengths, talents, love life the […]

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Gene that leads to ASD development – New Finding

The researchers from the Medical University of South Carolina have identified genetic mutations that can cause autism. The researchers from the Harvard Medical School and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center have also joined this project. According to this study, a gene related to the development of such brain disorders as schizophrenia can be responsible […]

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What Happens to Autistics when They Get Older?

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a relatively new disorder. It was first mentioned in 1943 and not regularly notified until the 1970’s. When we hear about autism, we usually think children. However, those who were diagnosed with ASD in the 70’s and later are all grown up and we can learn more about the symptoms of […]

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Sensory Processing Disorder VS. Autism

You may wonder what the difference between autism spectrum disorder and sensory processing disorder is. There are children who are sensitive to certain food and textures, loud noises and have difficulty transitioning. Parents suspect autism but instead their child is diagnosed with sensory processing disorder, also known as SPD. SPD is a condition in which […]

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