Category Archives: Research

Participate in Research that Makes a Difference: Don’t Delay – Final iPad Drawing for Subtype Survey Participants is July 31

Participate in Research that Makes a Difference: Don’t Delay – Final iPad Drawing for Subtype Survey Participants is July 31  ARI seeks parents, caregivers and adults with autism to take part in ARI’s Research Surveys. Participants who complete the new Adult … Continue reading

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Caregiver Burden and ASD’s

Date : May 18th, 2013 Time : 12:30-1:30pm Location : ARROAutism Westside Family and Community Center Cost : Free Registration : mandymckimmy@gmail.com Speakers : Mandy McKimmy Details Caregiver Burden and ASD’s You are invited to participate in a research study … Continue reading

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ARROAutism Northwest Research Fair – July 22nd, 2012

Yes You Can change the course of Autism! You know that Autism research is happening. You’ve wondered what it is. You’ve even thought about getting involved. And all that wondering has left you with questions. Wonder no longer. On July … Continue reading

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Infant Brain Imaging Study

Who:   The University of Washington Autism Center (UWAC) Purpose: Doctors Stephen R. Dager and Annette Estes, researchers at the University of Washington and Children’s Hospital, want to learn more about brain development in young siblings of children with autism … Continue reading

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A Movement Intervention for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Who: Oregon State University School of Biological and Population Health Sciences Movement Studies in Disability Purpose: To understand the benefits of an 8-week movement program for young children with autism. Description of study: Through a randomized control trial of a … Continue reading

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Physical Activity Levels of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Who: Oregon State University School of Biological and Population Health Sciences Movement Studies in Disability Purpose: If you have a child with Autism and a child without Autism then you are invited to participate in a research study conducted in … Continue reading

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Rest In Peace, Lois M. Black, Ph.D – 15 October, 2011

Today, the worlds of Autism and Research join a family in mourning the loss of Lois M. Black, Ph.D.  Last night, shortly after 8pm (15 October, 2011), Lois Black; wife, mother, researcher, and lover of Siberian Cats; passed away, ending … Continue reading

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Autism Research Fair – July 23rd, 2011

Yes You Can change the course of Autism! You know that Autism research is happening. You’ve wondered what it is. You’ve even thought about getting involved. And all that wondering has left you with questions. Wonder no longer. On July … Continue reading

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Autism Research : Early Detection of Autism in Infants

Who: OHSU Center for Spoken Language and Understanding Purpose: To develop state-of-the-art, non-intrusive tools to detect early signs of autism and other developmental disorders in infants. Description of study: Autism researchers at OHSU’s Center for Spoken Language Understanding (CSLU) are … Continue reading

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Early Detection of Autism In High-Risk Siblings

Who: OHSU Center for Spoken Language and Understanding Purpose: To develop state-of-the-art, non-intrusive tools to detect early signs of autism and other developmental disorders in infants. Description of study: We are observing high-risk and typically developing infants during simple, everyday … Continue reading

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