Job Placement Program Empowering Adults With AutismA job placement program that started at Delmarva is now expanding and its empowering adults with autism.
Town Hall Educates Judges, Lawyers On Autism For Family Court CasesMontgomery County Judge Kelly Wall says over the last several years they've seen increased incident numbers of children on the spectrum coming into court on custody related cases.
Research: Genetics Play Vital Role In AutismNew research says a person's likelihood of having autism is largely based on their inherited genes.
Study Casts Doubt On Music Therapy For Kids With AutismIn improvisational music therapy, trained music therapists usually sing or play music with children, attuned and adapted to the child's focus of attention.
Nationally Recognized Disability Advocate Tells His Story At LaSalle UniversityThe theme of Tuesday's conference focused on the critical area of transition to adulthood.
New Jersey Nonprofit Hosts Ninja Warrior Challenge For Autism AwarenessWith hundreds of children with autism in mind, the New Jersey-based Bancroft organization hosted the Ninja Warrior Challenge on Sunday morning at the Camden Baseball Stadium.
People With Autism Often Struggle With Other Health ConditionsA new report has been released on how and why people with autism often struggle with other health conditions.
Family Using Ice Cream Window To Raise Awareness for AutismApril is National Autism Awareness Month. It's an opportunity to highlight the thousands of families facing an autism diagnosis in our area.
Special Yoga Class Helps Families Dealing With AutismThere is a sensory-friendly yoga class at Lifetime Fitness in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
Meet 'Sesame Street's' Muppet With AutismJulia has been a part of the "Sesame Street" family via its storybooks and was so popular that the decision was made to add the character to the TV series.
New Research Could Lead To Early Diagnosis Of AutismResearchers have discovered changes in the brains of young infants who later go on to develop autism.
Autism Predicted By Infant Brain Changes, Study SaysIt may be possible to predict whether an infant will go on to develop autism, researchers say.

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