The videos, below, feature parents, researchers, and clinicians talking about topics such as wandering, early intervention, adaptive skills, and the importance of autism research and family participation for finding effective therapies and treatments.
Watch this video to learn about the Interactive Autism Network (IAN) and why it is important.
Beth Ann Malow, MD, MS, director of the Sleep Disorders Division at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, discussed sleep challenges and therapies on March 8, 2016.
David Amaral, PhD, chair and director of research at the University of California MIND Institute, discussed brain research and the Autism BrainNet Initiative on October 28, 2015.
Judith Gross, PhD, an assistant research professor at the Beach Center on Disability at the University of Kansas, discusses "Employment Expectations and Resources" for people with disabilities in this webinar.
In this recorded webinar, Ruth L. Fischbach, PhD, MPE discusses her team’s research about the views that parents and scientists have on the causes of autism, priorities for research, genetic testing, and stigma.
In this recorded webinar, Dr. Ami Klin discusses promising advances in the understanding of the early signs of autism
Parents and Researchers, including IAN's Dr. Kiely Law, Talk about the Importance of Brain Tissue Donation
Autism Researchers Discuss their Research, the Research Process, and Family Involvement - Part 1
Autism Researchers Discuss their Research, the Research Process, and Family Involvement - Part 2
Video on Autism and Skills for Adulthood with Dr. Peter Gerhardt
Parenting Webinar Video with Dr. Fiona Miller
Video on Wandering and Elopement with Dr. Paul Law
Video on meltdowns and aggression in children with autism
Webinar on Research on Autism Interventions
PSA: Parents Share Their Thoughts About the IAN Project