Hallmarks of autism are characteristic behaviors – repetitive motions, problems interacting with others, impaired communication abilities – that occur in widely different combinations and degrees of severity among those who have the condition.
Paul Shattuck receives AAMR Student Award
The Waisman Center’s Paul Shattuck was recently awarded the 2004 AAMR International Student Award for outstanding scholarship, leadership, and demonstrated commitment to full inclusion by bridging the gap between social advocacy and social science. The …
Waisman Center Research On Autism Receives Support From Wisconsin-Based Group
The Friends of Autism, a grass-roots, recently founded organization, has donated $36,000 to benefit the Waisman Center’s research program on autism.
Paul Shattuck, Waisman Graduate Research Assistant, to Receive ISP Award
Paul Shattuck, Waisman graduate research assistant and doctoral student in social welfare, received the national award in the Influencing State Policy 2003 contest for doctoral students. Influencing State Policy (ISP) assists social work faculty and …