Is the Most Common Therapy for Autism Cruel?
By Elizabeth Devita-Raeburn When Lisa Quinones-Fontanez’s son Norrin was diagnosed with autism at age 2, she and her husband did what most parents in their position do—they scrambled to form…read more
By Ann Griswold Oscar, 6, sits at the family dinner table and endures the loneliest hour of his day. The room bustles with activity: Oscar’s sister passes plates and doles out…read more
By Ann H You never know what’s going to bring that massive grin to your face. You know, the one where you can’t stop even when you try, where you…read more
By Laura McKenna How do you join a conversation at a middle-school lunch table? What do you say when someone says hi to you in the hallway and you don’t…read more
By Sarah Jacoby A new study linking the use of antidepressants in pregnancy to childhood autism has headlines flying. But this is one that could use a healthy dose…read more
By Cade Metz IN HIS FIRST year at Stanford, Catalin Voss helped build an app for Google Glass that could recognize emotions. If you put on Google’s computerized eyewear and…read more
Mandy Oaklander @mandyoaklander Oct. 27, 2014 Parents can learn how to give effective therapy to their children with autism, a new study in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry…read more