Study Suggests Most Kids With Autism Make Gains Over Time

by Shaun Heasley, Disability Scoop | May 18, 2021 A 10-year-old with autism looks out from his home. (Paul Kitagaki Jr./Sacramento Bee/TNS) The vast majority of youngsters with autism may be “doing well” in at least some aspect of their lives by the time they reach mid-childhood, researchers say. In a study looking at how 272 … Continue reading Study Suggests Most Kids With Autism Make Gains Over Time

For Spanish-Speaking Families, An Uphill Battle For Special Needs Services

Rubi Saldaña vividly remembers the moment in 2010 when she realized her then 2-and-a-half-year-old son, Abner, didn’t act like the other toddlers at her Mommy and Me class. Instead of interacting with the other children and participating in activities, Abner spent the entire class climbing on tables and chairs.