Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Fox News -- Researchers have developed a brand new screening tool, which can be used to both diagnose and treat children with autism. The new method focuses on measuring a much more objective quality: movement.
Anne Donnellan, founding director of the University of San Diego Autism Institute and editor of Torres’ research, thinks this technique will revolutionize the way autism is detected and treated – although it is too early to tell whether or not the research will one day be available to the public. (Full Story)