A Research Manager at the Wall Lab at Stanford University asked us to share this exciting study for children with Autism. Quoted from Jena Daniels, Clinical Study Manager at the Wall Lab of Stanford University: “In this study, we aim
Wait! Cotton Swabs are dangerous? I know I have a jar of cotton swabs in my bathroom and generally use them to clean up make-up messes, remove nail polish, for craft projects and, occasionally, to clean my ears. I have
A new Netflix series is bringing the topic of teen suicide to TV screens across the country and along with it some controversy about what the show could potentially do to harm or help young audiences. The new series, titled
A dating site, autisticdating.net, helped bring two people together! Read the awesome story about this adorable couple and learn more about the interesting resource for people to expand their circle of friends and potential love interests!
This lovely couple threw a totally magical wedding complete with a sprinkle cake & unicorns! Many happy days to the newlyweds! A note from the bride: “My advice to other couples, especially to young adults with special needs, is to
In 1999, the US Supreme Court decided in Olmstead vs. LC that people with disabilities have the right to receive state funded supports that provide services in the community rather than an institutionalized setting. Since then, the focus has been