“Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) encompasses an array of neurological differences which ultimately result in a broad variation of atypical behaviors (Baio et al., 2014). The spectrum of disorders refers to what is considered the range between low and high-functioning autism. While the experience of ASD is diverse and unique to each individual, there are a few characteristics that are commonly understood as the criteria for its diagnosis. These characteristics include: heightened sensory experiences, challenges in typical verbal and non-verbal communication, challenges in social interactions, repetitive movements, and consistent habits and behaviors…..” see more
Hello, this is Dr. Adams checking in. I wanted to start by first thanking our new team members as they have helped move forward an Autism outreach effort my group launched in early 2018.
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Thank you all for your continued support!
Brian D. Adams, PhD
President / CEO / Director of Research, The Brain Institute of America, LLC
Professor, Department of RNA Science at The Brain Institute of America
Founder and Advisor, The Brain Institute of America Foundation