We are now in mid-summer, and I hope you and your family are keeping cool during these sizzling hot days. ARI’s staff and I continue to work on new and exciting initiatives and projects, and we will announce them in the coming months. Stay tuned!
If you missed it, the last issue of our e-newsletter included my new editorial, Large-scale studies in autism: What do they show?Given the numerous small, medium, and large-scale research studies, the autism and medical communities should no longer question whether or not autistic individuals may suffer from one or more medical conditions. In addition, clinicians should make a concerted effort to assess each individual's medical status, especially since many, if not most, individuals on the spectrum have challenges in communicating their discomfort and pain.
Stephen M. Edelson, Ph.D.
ARRI News & Updates
Editorial: Co-Occurring Medical Conditions in Autism
In recent years, our knowledge about the role of comorbid medical problems in ASD has expanded rapidly. Now it is time for us to translate this knowledge into state-of-the-art research and more effective treatment options, so individuals with ASD can get the help they need.
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Did you know that ARI publishes a quarterly hardcopy science newsletter, the Autism Research Review International? Dr. Rimland began publishing it in 1987, and it is one of the major sources for staying up-to-date on the research in the areas of biomedical and education. The annual subscription is $19.95 (US) and $23.99 (International).