April is Autism Awareness month. This year researchers are talking about some major findings when it comes to this complicated developmental disability that affects more than 1-million children nationwide.
Across the country, researchers are scanning the brains of hundreds of children with autism, looking for insights into a condition that has proved frustratingly hard to understand.
Summit Educational Resources says new Autism statistics are a call to action. According to the CDC, 1 in 88 children is diagnosed with the disorder.
A new government study just released Thursday shows autism cases are on the rise and the disorder is more common than previously thought, affecting as many as 1 in 88 children. A local autism expert says the rise is consistent in Western New York as well.
Report finds autism nearly twice as common as previously believed.
Families living with autism have new hope with a new law in New York. Treatment for autism now must be covered by insurance companies.
For one young man battling both Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and a form of autism, efforts to find a cure come in the form of paint, crayons and colored pencils.
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