Press Release – Kaiser Permanente Study Shows Length of Time Between Births May Increase Autism Risk

OAKLAND, Calif., Sept. 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Second-born children who are conceived sooner than two years or later than six years after the arrival of their older sibling have a substantially increased risk of autism spectrum disorders, according to a new Kaiser Permanente study published in the journal Pediatrics. The findings support the World Health Organization’s […]

George Perez to Host ‘Comedy Show for Autism’ Featuring National Comic Tom Green – October 21

FULLERTON, Calif., Sept. 14, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — For a fifth consecutive year, national comic GEORGE PEREZ will host the 600-person Comedy Show for Autism, featuring TOM GREEN, SAM TRIPOLI, KATE QUIGLEY, KEITH REZA, JOSHUA MEYROWITZ, and SUPERNAKED, all performing in support of Fullerton autism charities and special education programs, at the Fullerton Cares 5th […]

Press Release – Autism Pipeline Review H2 2015 Therapeutic Report

PRNewswire/ — New market research titled Autism – Pipeline Review, H2 2015 is a report providing data and information that helps strengthen autism R&D pipelines by identifying new targets and MOAs to produce first-in-class and best-in-class products. Complete report on autism pipeline spread across 131 pages, analyzing 19 companies, 30+ drug profiles and supported with […]

MENSA Award Winning app for autism and communication disorders is now available for download on the iTunes Store

PRESS RELEASE -San Francisco, CA (November 12, 2013) Now available: InnerVoice, the only app ever to receive an award from MENSA, provides a voice for individuals who have challenges speaking and teaches them how to speak for themselves is now available for download on the iTunes store. The app utilizes patent-pending interactive video self-modeling, which […]

Autistic Spectrum Digest hot off the press, what are you reading tonight?

New Apple News Stand Magazine for those on the Autistic Spectrum You may have noticed, things have changed a little here at Autism Daily Newscast, and we are absolutely delighted to introduce you to our fledgling sister site, Autistic Spectrum Digest, a brand monthly new digital magazine available on Apple News Stand which you can […]

‘Express CIC’ Plan to open hub for young people with Autism

Two mums from Kingston upon Thames, UK, set up Express CIC to help support young people on the autistic spectrum as well as raising awareness about autism within the local community. They explain “A CIC is a community interest company which means that we operate as a ‘not for profit’ company. We are at the […]

Free AutisMate Demo – YOUR Comprehensive App for Autism

SpecialNeedsWare, LLC, a New York-based software development firm established to improve and enrich the lives of those with special needs through modern technology, creators of the AutisMate app have released a free demo version of its iPad app for adults and children with autism called AutisMate LITE. AutisMate LITE gives users a taste of AutisMate, […]

Press Release – Initiative to Improve Treatment Services for Children with Autism Receives $10 Million Grant

UCLA-led research network to focus on offering better care in under-served communities Newswise — A UCLA-led initiative to provide better treatment for children with autism in under-served areas has received a five-year, $10 million grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration. The program aims to bring evidence-based research practices to communities throughout the […]

Press Release – The TV Teacher celebrates 10 years of breakthroughs for Autism, Down syndrome, and others learning to write

ATLANTA, Sept. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The TV Teacher, LLC™, the creator of five award-winning handwriting programs, is celebrating ten years of helping children with special needs learn to write. The multi-sensory program was co-created by Susan Ellis, a mother of a child with Autism, and her son’s occupational therapist, Marnie Danielson MHS OTR/L.  Ms. […]

Press Release – New Autism Feature Film ‘Po’ Seeks Names for Closing Credits

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Director John Asher has just finished filming his upcoming dramatic feature Po (www.themoviepo.com) and is looking for families affected with autism to contribute their names to the closing sequence of the film. Asher intends to use the names to fill the screen and create a visually compelling statement in an […]