Treatment for autism: Is there a best type?

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Today's guest blogger is Laura Dewey, Ph.D., a pediatric psychologist at Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, and an assistant professor... Read more

Autism assessments: What happens after an evaluation?

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Today’s guest bloggers are Carol Anne McNellis, Psy.D., clinical director at Devereux PA Children’s IDD Services and a member of... Read more

A closer look at early autism assessments

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Today’s guest bloggers are Carol Anne McNellis, Psy.D., clinical director at Devereux PA Children’s IDD Services and a member of... Read more

Autism and the holidays: Tips for helping families

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Today’s guest blogger is Amy Kelly, Director of Family and Community Services for Devereux PA. While an exciting and joyous time, the... Read more

Understanding the data: No link between autism and MMR vaccine

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Receiving the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine did not increase a child’s risk of autism, regardless of whether older siblings had... Read more

Autism awareness month: What are the benefits and risks of diagnosis?

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This month is Autism Awareness Month, a national campaign to raise public awareness not only of Autism Spectrum Disorder, but also the individuals... Read more

A rise in autism rates: What does it really mean?

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Today's guest blogger is Laura Dewey, Ph.D., a pediatric psychologist at Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, and an sssistant professor... Read more

Getting autism diagnosed early

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Kids with autism and autism spectrum disorders (like Asperger’s Syndrome) can be identified as early as age 14 months – opening... Read more