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Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Research Trial in US

Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Trial

Families with autistic children must navigate a condition where questions outnumber the answers, and therapies remain sparse and largely ineffective. A clinical trial being conducted by the Sutter Neuroscience Institute in Sacramento, California to address this situation began recruiting participants today for a highly experimental stem cell therapy for autism. . . . → Read More: Autism Cord Blood Stem Cell Research Trial in US

School District Changes Autistic Child’s IEP To No Service Dog

autism therapy dog

Mom says school district changes autistic daughter’s IEP, balks at letting service dog come to school | www.WHEC.com. I saw this reported on this morning, and wanted to share. I’ve seen an increase in families having to fight to allow service dogs to accompany their child at school. It’s a new way . . . → Read More: School District Changes Autistic Child’s IEP To No Service Dog

Autism Family in Crisis Stories

Autism Family in Crisis

I have created a subdomain for my blog, called Autism Family in Crisis. I created it to give those in crisis a place to share their story and ask for help. It’s also a place for you, me readers, to share stories of autism families in crisis that you have heard about. Stories can . . . → Read More: Autism Family in Crisis Stories

New Autism Study On Gene Defect May Lead To Treatment

New Autism Gene Study

A new study published in PLoS ONE gives hope for families caring for an autistic adult or child. A new Autism study on gene defect may lead to a treatment. Scientists had already determined that this defective gene was present in autistic children. They needed to do more research to confirm, and to see . . . → Read More: New Autism Study On Gene Defect May Lead To Treatment

Autistic Man Denied Heart Transplant Because He’s Autistic

PaulCorby

I read about this, and was shocked. Paul Corby, age 23, was denied heart transplant because he’s autistic. I read about it on Strollerby, and am still trying to figure out how this can happen. Other than being autistic, and having heart problems, he is healthy. Seems a little strange to say that. Of . . . → Read More: Autistic Man Denied Heart Transplant Because He’s Autistic

Filing Guardianship for Your Autistic Adult Child

filing for guardianship for autistic adult

I was over on My Five Men, reading her random thoughts post. In it, she mentions having to file for guardianship of her eighteen year old autistic adult child. I was like, WHAT! I have to file for guardianship of my son when he turns 18? I think it was mentioned at an autism . . . → Read More: Filing Guardianship for Your Autistic Adult Child

Autism Assessment and Resources to Diagnose Autism

autism assessment

There are several different Autism assessment tools available for doctors and other professionals. I have put together a list of autism assessment tools and an explanation for each one.

Autism Assessment Tools

Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised

The Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) is a structured interview conducted with the parents of individuals who have . . . → Read More: Autism Assessment and Resources to Diagnose Autism

The Financial Future Can Be Tough for Families With a Child on the Autism Spectrum

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(ARA) – As the mom of a teenage boy about to enter his sophomore year of high school, Erin Paul naturally thinks about the usual milestones her son will reach on the way to adulthood.

But for Paul, there’s a twist. She not only thinks about her son’s interest to continue his education at . . . → Read More: The Financial Future Can Be Tough for Families With a Child on the Autism Spectrum

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