Autism Awareness Month: U. Of Kansas Experts in Language, Cognitive Development and Classroom Interventions for Preschool to High School
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April is Autism Awareness Month and the University of Kansas Life Span Institute is the home of several distinguished researchers who are leaders in their fields.
Recent studies and discoveries of note: an autism signature that was named one of the top ten Autism Speaks discoveries 2010: Steven F. Warren
Using iPads to help children with autism with social communication
Development of a unique test of the communication status for children and adults who have little or no speech and intellectual disabilities.
Measures of saliva and pupil size in children with autism could diagnose ASD earlier and may point to seat of disorders.
John Colombo and Christa Anderson
Classroom interventions that improve social communication, literacy and behavior for children with ASD with peers
Debra Kamps, Director of the Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training
Improving the social competence of adolescent girls