Profile cover photo
Profile photo
ASDF
618 followers -
The goal of Autism Spectrum Disorder Foundation (ASDF) is to support children with an autism spectrum disorder by providing information, education and financial assistance to their families and relevant community service organizations.
The goal of Autism Spectrum Disorder Foundation (ASDF) is to support children with an autism spectrum disorder by providing information, education and financial assistance to their families and relevant community service organizations.

618 followers
About
ASDF's posts

Post has attachment
Public
ASDs are “spectrum disorders.” That means ASDs affect each person in different ways. Learn more about autism: http://bit.ly/VPDGeC
Photo

Post has attachment
Public
Parents often notice the first signs of autism in their children at around 12 to 18 months. But a new study suggests there is evidence of autism in the brain even earlier—well before a child’s first birthday—and that the signs can be seen via MRI. 

Post has attachment
Public
Rachel Magin, a doctoral student at Indiana State University, created an improv class to help children with autism learn social skills and practice reading others' emotions. http://n.pr/2kK0kV6
Photo

Post has attachment
Public
Great stuff! An elementary school speech pathologist created these chairs for students who have sensory issues and shared some instructions on how to make them: http://bit.ly/2l1hn5I 
Photo

Post has attachment
Public
Scientist point to one potential reason autism affects more boys than girls. http://ti.me/2kmANyV
Photo

Post has attachment
Public
In-depth article from The Atlantic looks at the challenges of autism in small-town America by exploring one young girl's story. http://theatln.tc/2kw8iBG
Photo

Post has attachment
Public
Photo

Post has attachment
Public
Jonathan Andrews was once advised to hide his autism from prospective employers. Instead, he is making his name by doing just the opposite. http://bit.ly/2kmH8x1
Photo

Post has attachment
Public
Jennifer Szatkowski's son was not diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder until he was 16. She shares her experience: http://bit.ly/2jyKj0l
Photo

Post has attachment
Public
A team is working to develop a computer algorithm that analyzes facial expressions and head movements to help doctors better diagnose autism. What do you think of the potential of this technology?
Wait while more posts are being loaded