Seltzer shares expertise in LA Times autism series

Waisman Communications

Waisman Center Director Marsha Mailick Seltzer, PhD, Vaughan Bascom and Elizabeth M. Boggs Professor, was quoted in the December 16, 2011 LA Times article “Finding traces of autism in earlier eras.” The piece focuses on the challenges of identifying undiagnosed cases of Autism Spectrum Disorders in adults. The article is the last of the LA Times four-part series “Discovering Autism.”

Seltzer, an autism expert at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, studies how lifelong caregiving affects the well-being of parents and siblings of individuals with disabilities, including autism.

To view this article (Part 4: Finding traces of autism in earlier eras) and the rest of the series visit the links below.

Related Links:

Discovering Autism Series
LA Times

Part 1: An epidemic of disease or of discovery?
Dec. 11, 2011

Part 2: Services go to those who fight hardest
Dec. 13, 2011

Part 3: Families chase the dream of recovery
Dec 15, 2011

Part 4: Finding traces of autism in earlier eras
Dec. 16, 2011

Lifespan Family Research, Waisman Center
Director, Marsha Mailick Seltzer, PhD