When do Families Need to Start Thinking Transition?

Join Rose Cutting from Aiming for Acceptance. October 13, 1:00pm-1:45pm (Special Time) Rose will be joining Tim as they talk about their children’s transition journeys. How can you stay a step ahead? What do you …

Donna Werling, PhD – Slide of the Week

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is consistently diagnosed 3 to 5 times more frequently in males than females, a dramatically sex-biased prevalence that suggests the involvement of sex-differential biological factors in modulating risk. The genomic scale of transcriptomic analyses of human brain tissue can provide an unbiased approach for identifying genes and associated functional processes at the intersection of sex-differential and ASD-impacted neurobiology.

Audra Sterling, PhD – Slide of the Week

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and fragile X syndrome (FXS) are neurodevelopmental disorders with overlapping pragmatic language impairments. Prior work suggests pragmatic language differences may run in families. This study examined specific pragmatic difficulties (i.e., linguistic mazes and perseverations) in boys (9–18 years) with idiopathic ASD (n = 26) and FXS+ASD (n = 29), and relationships with maternal maze use.

Writing a Quality Transition IEP for students with Autism 

Writing a Quality Transition IEP for students with Autism  Thursday, April 29  12:00-12:45pm Registration Tim Markle, Director of the Southern Regional Center for CYSHCN will be joined by Kate Szidon from the UW Waisman Center and the …

In My Own Words 

In My Own Words Thursday, April 22  12:00-12:45pm Registration Tim Markle, Director of the Southern Regional Center for CYSHCN will be joined by Scott Allen to discuss Scott’s experience in growing up with Autism.

Prevalence, Disparities and Lessons Learned from WISADDS

Prevalence, Disparities and Lessons Learned from WISADDS Thursday, April 15  12:00-12:45pm Registration Tim Markle, Director of the Southern Regional Center for CYSHCN will be joined by Maureen Durkin and Angelica Salinas from the Wisconsin Surveillance of Autism and …