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Those who stopped in at the fall block party at the Venango County Human Services training center in Franklin on Saturday were greeted by a cheerful gathering during the first-ever event in which attendees learned more about people with intellectual disabilities and autism.
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Good Morning Followers, here are some stories in the Autism World in the past day or so. Articles are Personally reviewed and selected from trusted media sources
“Saturday Night Live” host Amy Schumer used her monologue to talk about her family’s experience since her husband was diagnosed with autism.
Pet ownership leads to better mental health outcomes in adults with autism, new research suggests, and the gains exist no matter what type of companion animal an individual has.
PHILADELPHIA — When state officials approved Devon Geiger for the most comprehensive benefits Pennsylvania offers for adults with autism and intellectual disabilities, her mother, Deb Geiger, had peace of mind. She thought her daughter would get the services she needed.
Roughly half of mothers of children with autism have high levels of depressive symptoms, new research finds, a rate that’s significantly greater than for mothers of typically developing children.
One of the nation’s biggest names in casinos is betting on a plan to increase employment opportunities for adults with autism.
by Jeremy Olson, Star Tribune/TNS | October 26, 2022 Many hospital emergency rooms are seeing an uptick in children with uncontrolled behavioral and developmental problems who stay for days or even months because there is nowhere else for them to go. (Carl Juste/Miami Herald/TNS) MINNEAPOLIS — A distressing situation is unfolding inside the emergency department of… Continue reading For Kids With Severe Behaviors, Hospital ERs Increasingly Becoming De Facto Homes
After winning multiple Emmys, more episodes of a documentary series following the dating experiences of people with autism are in the works.
COSTA MESA, Calif. — Children and young adults with developmental disabilities that present severe behaviors — such as sudden episodes of impulse or aggression, angry verbal outbursts or violence — often have few places to turn to for help, hope and treatment.
All children with disabilities should have access to early intervention under federal law, but new research suggests that less than half of kids with autism are actually receiving such services.
There are many ways to enhance the lives of those diagnosed with autism, a developmental disability that federal figures show affects 1 in 44 children.