1. Fine motor skills of kids with autism can predict language  Futurity: Research News
  2. We need to stop perpetuating the myth that children grow out of autism  The Conversation AU
  3. Using technology to detect autism sooner  University of Miami
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Fine motor skills are a strong predictor of whether children with autism are at risk for long-term language disabilities, research finds.Fine motor skills are a strong predictor of whether children with autism are at risk for long-term language disabilities, research finds.

Fine motor skills of kids with autism can predict language - Futurity

The myth that children grow out of autism can prevent parents from seeing and accepting their child as the wonderful human being they are and recognising their strengths.The myth that children grow out of autism can prevent parents from seeing and accepting their child as the wonderful human being they are and recognising their strengths.

We need to stop perpetuating the myth that children grow out of autism

We need to stop perpetuating the myth that children grow out of autism

UM psychology and engineering professors are collaborating to create a program that evaluates children for autism using digital data.UM psychology and engineering professors are collaborating to create a program that evaluates children for autism using digital data.

Using technology to detect autism sooner

“Joined the autistic community, parents, carers & teachers at rally in support of their campaign for autism training for all teachers. Majority of children with autism are in mainstream education so this is vital to ensuring both they & their teachers have the support they need”

Claire Hanna on Twitter: "Joined the autistic community, parents, carers & teachers at rally in support of their campaign for autism training for all teachers. Majority of children with autism are in mainstream education so this is vital to ensuring both they & their teachers have the support they need… https://t.co/bbYioRmE5a"

“Supporting Autism NI this morning at Stormont to raise awareness for more training in our schools to help children with autism. In Northern Ireland 30,000 individuals have autism and families need our support to give the best opportunity for all children.”

Paul Givan on Twitter: "Supporting Autism NI this morning at Stormont to raise awareness for more training in our schools to help children with autism. In Northern Ireland 30,000 individuals have autism and families need our support to give the best opportunity for all children.… https://t.co/UpxgmjyQCS"

“Equality of access to services must be afforded to all citizens. A 1/3 of children with #Autism are on a reduced timetable. This is not fair. With mandatory training for teachers this would vastly improve life for children and their families @AutismNIPAPA @Autism @allianceparty”

Kellie Armstrong MLA on Twitter: "Equality of access to services must be afforded to all citizens. A 1/3 of children with #Autism are on a reduced timetable. This is not fair. With mandatory training for teachers this would vastly improve life for children and their families @AutismNIPAPA @Autism @allianceparty… https://t.co/VsMwsyBUWY"

“.@CDCgov reports 1,241 measles cases so far this year. Can't say it enough: vaccines don't cause #autism. Vaccinate your kids. https://t.co/NM4nV3Xk5D”

Jack Pitney on Twitter: ".@CDCgov reports 1,241 measles cases so far this year. Can't say it enough: vaccines don't cause #autism. Vaccinate your kids. https://t.co/NM4nV3Xk5D"

Children are more likely to have a diagnosis of autism than adults but we need to debunk the myths that children “grow out” of it.Children are more likely to have a diagnosis of autism than adults but we need to debunk the myths that children “grow out” of it.

Myth busting: Do children grow out of autism? | SBS News