A new study suggests we may be looking at sensory symptoms the wrong way.
Can therapeutic horseback riding help children with autism connect to a larger world?
From research on mothers and grandparents to teens and technology, IAN's families and researchers have contributed to knowledge about autism. View our recent conference presentations.
A new study reveals conflicting pictures of autism in girls, showing just why it's so hard to pin down sex differences in ASD.
Will this work? Many parents wonder that before investing in a new autism therapy. Our blog has some resources for finding the answers.
In the hunt for knowledge about autism, scientists have looked for clues in our genes and the environment. A new project will provide an unusual resource for autism research by combining information about people's genes and medical histories into one database.
A new IAN Research survey is delving deeper into the elopement and wandering patterns of children and dependent adults with autism, and looking at the prevention strategies that caregivers implement.
Watch this video to learn why it is important for families and individuals with autism to join in so we can all understand more about autism’s causes, treatments, and therapies.