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Why I Run: It Only Takes One Reason
Organization for Autism Research

“My brother’s name is Henry. He’s 18. We are very close. He’s lots of fun to spend time with because he is so child-like. He’s very inquisitive, witty, and possesses ...


A Closer Look at 2010 OAR-Funded Research: Expanding the Reach of Toddler Treatment in Autism Spectrum Disorder
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May 16th, 2011 | (0)

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Study: Expanding the Reach of Toddler Treatment in Autism Spectrum Disorder Amount of OAR Funding: $30,000.00 Researcher: Laurie A. Vismara, PhD, BCBA-D Purpose: The purpose of the proposed study is to demonstrate the ...


10 Steps to Starting a Peer Support Program in Your School
Organization for Autism Research

Julie LaBerge is the mother of 14-year-old identical twins sons with autism and a typically developing 9-year-old daughter and is happily married to her husband, David. She is employed as ...


Using Scripts to Ask for Help at Work
Organization for Autism Research

Using Scripts to Ask for Help at Work Difficulties with employment for individuals with autism do not end with finding employment, maintaining employment is also a ...