Latest Autism Research & Science

Latest Autism Research & Science

Transcranial direct current stimulation tDCS – a novel treatment for autism?

Transcranial direct current stimulation tDCS – a novel treatment for autism?

One of the treatment modalities that has shown the greatest promise for reducing symptoms of autism in recent years is transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). The most recent study confirmed and expanded on the findings of previous investigations, which strongly indicate that tDCS could have positive effects on cognition, behaviour and physical health, and improve quality of life and autonomy for a large percentage of individuals with autism.

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Autistic regression linked to autoimmunity

Autistic regression linked to autoimmunity

Autistic regression is a phenomenon where a previously normally developing child loses developmental milestones and previously acquired language and social skills, and regresses into autism. Symptoms such as fever, vomiting, incessant crying, irritability, changes in sleep patterns and emergence of motor abnormalities are frequently noted around the time of autistic regression…

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Autism Action Month: 12-month autism research recap 2018

Autism Action Month: 12-month autism research recap 2018

We chose to call April Autism Action month, in large part because there is plenty of general awareness. Given the skyrocketing rates, it’s difficult to find an adult who doesn’t know a child with autism. However, there ought to be vast improvements when it comes to autism research awareness. With that in mind, below is our quick overview of important autism research (action!) from the past 12 months.

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