Keeping autistic children safe near the water is a major issue as drowning is the leading cause of death for them.
The bill is sponsored by Rep. John Sabatina (D-Phila., third from left in photo).
Clinical Director for the AJ Drexel Autism Institure James Connell says it’s critical to bring the care to the community.
Some Temple University students are helping a Bucks County charity “piece” together a fundraiser to raise money for autism.
A federal judge has given a preliminary okay to a settlement that ensures that autistic children won’t be shuffled from school to school without parents being given advance notice.
Inventor and businessman Dave Reichwein, who has a son with autism, helped make this Devereaux program possible with a donation.
A new study says there is no link between autism and the use of Oxytocin during induced labor.
The cancellation was prompted by customer feedback and a heated debate on the chain’s social media page.
To begin with, Offit said the science is clear that vaccines do not cause autism, as many groups and some celebrities insist.
“In New Jersey, the prevalence is one in 45 children with (some degree of) autism,” says Dr. Walter Zahorodny, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the New Jersey Medical School.
The Academy of Natural Sciences has launched an effort to make museum visits more welcoming to children with autism.
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The Department of Justice has said that animals not trained to perform any specific tasks are not considered service animals, even if they provide comfort for those in need.
“There’s no national plan or effort to really strategically deal with so many adults with autism coming into the system,” says Leslie Long, director of adult services for Autism Speaks, which conducted the survey.
Around 15,000 people turned out for the 11th annual Philadelphia Walk Now for Autism Speaks Saturday at Citizens Bank Park.