Autism

There are different degrees of Autism, a developmental disorder that affects the brain's normal development of social and communication skills. Learn to spot the signs of autism and find out what you can do to treat it.

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Early Signs of Autism in Babies

Learn about the signs and symptoms of autism in babies from 0 to 12 months.
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A Hearing Test Could Help Detect Autism at Birth

A new study finds an in-depth hearing test could help doctors and parents know right away if a child is at greater risk for autism.
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Jenni 'JWoww' Farley Reveals Son Greyson, 2½, Has Autism After Opening Up About His Speech Delay

While Greyson is still presently “non-verbal” according to his mom, she says that he’s currently on a path of “positive, positive” progress.
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When Getting the Gear Isn’t a Given

The gift of essential baby items from the Good+ Foundation helped one family manage homelessness, high-risk pregnancies, and their child’s special needs.
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Autism Looks Different in Boys and Girls, New Study Finds

A new study in Molecular Autism tackles the question of whether or not there are quantifiable differences in repetitive and restrictive behaviors between boys and girls with ASD. 
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5 Reasons to Read the Autism Book Everyone's Talking About

Steve Silberman's NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and The Future of Neurodiversity, is the book I wish I'd read first when my son Liam first got his diagnosis 4 years ago. 
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Autism Signs: Your Month-by-Month Guide

Researchers now believe you can pick up signs of autism in a baby just under 4 months of age. Here are some signs that may indicate your baby should have a developmental evaluation, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Is It Autism? First Signs and Important Treatments

Learn more about the very first signs of autism, how it's being treated, and why early intervention is crucial to helping the development of your little one. 
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