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Families and individuals with autism spectrum disorder play a critical role in helping researchers and clinicians better understand the disorder. Find out how you can participate in Interactive Autism Network (IAN) Research in a secure, online setting. By participating, you can help make new discoveries and empower advocates to improve the lives of children and adults with ASD.

Friday, June 16th 2017

When it comes to autism, the female brain differs from the male.  But how?  


Wednesday, May 17th 2017

New research links children's sleep problems to more severe autistic symptoms.


Wednesday, May 17th 2017

Don't miss this recorded webinar on technology use among teens with autism, parents' concerns, and technology careers.


Tuesday, May 2nd 2017

Help IAN learn more about the mental wellbeing of children and dependent adults with ASD. (Principal Investigator: Dr. Paul H. Lipkin; JHM-IRB NA_00002750)


Tuesday, June 6th 2017

Here are answers to your questions from the Webinar on Teens and Screens, and more technology resources.


Monday, April 10th 2017

Parents of children with autism are under tremendous stress. What does that do to their marriage?


Wednesday, April 5th 2017

Most parents experience stress, but for those raising children with autism, everyday life often brings Stress with a capital S, from managing behavior and therapies to school problems. More than a few studies report that parents of children with autism experience more stress than other parents do. What can families do to cope?


Thursday, March 30th 2017

IAN’s Survey Results Viewer allows you to view charts and graphs of the results of some of the surveys that families and individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) completed as participants in IAN Research.


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