Autism Research Institute

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Autism Research Institute
Autism Research Institute is listed in the Charitable Organizations category in San Diego, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Autism Research Institute which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Autism Research Institute on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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4182 Adams Ave
San Diego, CA 92116
(619) 563-0915

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Researchers studying men with ASD found that a low dose of intranasal oxytocin was more effective than a high dose with regard to the ability to perceive emotions in others. [http://www.news-medical.net/news/20170524/Intranasal-oxytocin-can-influence-how-individuals-with-autism-perceive-emotion-in-others.aspx]
A recent study has demonstrated that intranasal oxytocin can influence how individuals with autism perceive emotion in others. This is an important...

New study in the journal Autism Research identifies an interaction between genes and environment that leads to an emergent increase in risk.
Exposure to ozone in the environment puts individuals with high levels of genetic variation at an even higher risk for developing autism than would be expected just by adding the two risk factors together, a new analysis shows. The study is the first to look at the combined effects of genome-wide ge...

"Most S.C. children eligible for autism treatment, paid for by Medicaid, are not receiving it, according to the state Health and Human Services Department. Advocates say the reason is clear – there aren’t enough therapists because of the low pay. A 27 percent increase — to $17.28 an hour — that goes into effect July 1 will leave South Carolina still in dead last, trailing the rates paid by the second-lowest state by about $13 an hour. The national average is $43 an hour."
Hundreds of S.C. families are waiting for their children to receive critical autism treatment. The state’s lowest-in-the-nation Medicaid reimbursement rates are to blame, advocates say.

A recent study presented last month at the 2017 IMFAR meeting found that infant siblings of ASD children experience motor challenges at six months of age, regardless of whether or not they have autism. However, by 18 months, only those who were diagnosed with autism continue to have motor difficulties. [https://spectrumnews.org/news/persistent-motor-problems-may-flag-autism-baby-sibs/]
Infant siblings of children with autism who also have the condition show motor problems into their second year.

Autism Research Institute shared Al Jazeera English's video.
These parents started their own school in Zimbabwe to help children with autism.


Medley of medical problems may precede autism features spectrumnews.org/news/medley-me…


How to help people with #autism? Just be nice. bit.ly/2rMOdvB


Report: GPs urgently need training on #autism bit.ly/2sI2Lfw


First Look: Teen with #autism comes of age in @Netflix's 'Atypical' usat.ly/2sj0ln1


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