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Aug 17th, 2010 | By | Category: Law

You may not have heard yet, but there are some law practices that specialize in assisting parents fight for their children’s right to program dollars that are theirs to utilize. These funds are to assist the young  in need of for help in obtaining an education.

Technology is now available to most of us, and yet we can’t seem to gather the information needed to better understand the causes and issues with Autism. Here lies the answer from a great group of people enabling the full use of technology to better understand the reason why our kids today suffer from not only the disability but the lack of the public’s awareness. I want to shed some light on this topic, or at the very least point folks in the right direction for assistance, understanding and funding.

Their Science Portfolios: 

Etiology (Causes): Why does someone get autism?

Goal: Understanding the triggers and susceptibilities to autism.
Focus: Developing and managing grants and initiatives in the areas of genetics, environmental sciences and epidemiology

Biology: What are the biological problems associated with autism?

Goal: Understanding the underlying biological mechanisms of autism
Focus: Developing and managing grants and initiatives in the areas of neurosciences, physiology and molecular biology

Diagnosis: How do we know if someone has autism?

Goal: To refine existing diagnostic tools and develop new diagnostic approaches to aid in early detection.
Focus: Developing and managing grants and initiatives in the areas of behavioral and biological methods of diagnosis as well as characterization of the autism phenotypes

Treatment: How can we help individuals with autism?

Goal: To increase the efficacy and range of treatment options available
Focus: Developing and managing grants and initiatives in the areas of behavioral, biomedical and technological methods of treatment and intervention services

Dissemination: How do we translate autism science into practice?

Goal: Translate advances in autism research into real-world solutions for families
Focus: Dissemination and adoption of evidence-based treatments and other clinical care practice standards into community settings, providing wide accessibility both within the United States and internationally.

References and Credits: Autism Speaks Inc. 

For more information:  

ED.gov
Easter Seals

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