Introducing a new blog series where we provide quick summaries of interesting research that was published in the past few weeks. Feel free to reach out if you run into difficulty accessing an article.
Month: June 2019
Are Young Children with ASD More or Less Active than their Peers?
As it turns out, young children with autism engage in about the same amount of physical activity as their peers!
Retracted: The rise and fall of evidence in support of vitamin D supplements for children with autism
Let’s rewind to January 2017: we summarized a research study that looked at the effects of giving children with autism vitamin D supplements.
How Early Can We Diagnose Autism?
Examining the age at which the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder becomes stable