New Research Has Show That Pesticides Could Be Linked To Autism

Recent research published in the American Journal of Psychiatry has found a distinct link between autism and pesticides. Recently published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, research into pesticides and autism has found that there could be a dangerous link between the two. The study focused on one particular pesticide, dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane, or DDT. The pesticide

Halloween Can Be Tricky For Kids On The Autism Spectrum

Halloween for most people can be a fun and exciting time filled with scary costumes, bright lights, and loud music, but it can be a nightmare for children on the autism spectrums and their families. Dressing up in costumes, trick or treating, running around the neighborhood screaming and laughing. Just another Halloween for most children

Google Glass Could Make A Big Difference For Children With Autism

While the average customer passed on Google Glass, it could become an important tool to help improve social skills for children with autism! A study which has been published in NPJ Digital Medicine has shed more light on the idea that augmented reality glasses combined with the right choice of software could make a huge

Grocery Store Workers’ Act Of Kindness Towards Autistic Teen

You hear a lot about people doing nice things, but a grocery store workers’ act of kindness towards a young man with autism in Baton Rouge is setting the social media world on fire! 17-year-old Jack Ryan Edwards was shopping with his father in their local Baton Rouge supermarket when Jack suddenly stopped. Jack, who